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It used to be great until the new influx of young new RNs came to a unit like the ICU’s that are highly specialized. These young RNs luck experience and commit a lot of mistakes that are life threatening. Most of these nurses do not turn their patients every 2 hours, hence the pressure ulcer develops. They are on social media with their phones most of the time. Yes ,fast with documentation but very poor with actual nursing care. Some surgeons complain about their patient’s care that they do not want their post op taken cared of by a young so called “inexperienced” nurse. When it comes to assigning patients, the sickest one go to the most experienced nurse .
So, if you call this feeling being bullied because you came to a work place with inadequate experience, then do it. The preceptors May have played a big role into this failure to properly assimilate with the other staff. Preceptorship should only be given to trained individuals who have a complete knowledge and experience on the job. A nurse who just finished her orientation process have no business orienting a new nurse. That’s a way heading to failure and mistakes.

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I applied for the job and told to come back in 6 months.

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I left for sometime due to relocation, but came back.

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Every time the contract is negotiated.

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9-5 or 8-4 plain and simple no overtime

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It’s like going to a second home and seeing your relatives.

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Mount Sinai is a place where there is always a place that you can move up in the company.

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Months. HR here is pretty horrendous. They take forever to respond. And even after hiring, the onboarding process is terrible.

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