Policy to request days off were to request days before the schedule was made
Answered - File Clerk (Former Employee) - Savannah, GA
Days off were supposed to be said before setting a schedule. It was a summer job so I knew what to put down regarding summer activities I had that summer.
Answered - Transporter (Former Employee) - Towson, MD
I was only PRN, You have to let the nurse manager know your schedule or availability 2 months in advance.
Answered - Transitional Care Unit LPN PRN (Current Employee) - TCU
Two weeks notice for days off - before the next schedule would come out for the unit.
Answered - RN Charge, Team Leader, Staff (Former Employee) - Brainerd, MN
Submit a day off request and it would be answered within a two day period.
Answered - Security Operations Manager (Former Employee) - Yonkers, NY 10701
2 days in advance
Answered - Sterile Processing Technician (Former Employee) - Saint Paul, MN
Weekend schedules are developed months in advanced. Employees are asked which holidays they prefer to work.
Answered - Occupational Therapist (Former Employee) - Tacoma, WA
30 days in advance, however, sometime units allow for self-scheduling and/or work trade options
Answered - Staff Nurse Surgical Intensive Care Unit (Current Employee) - Stockton, CA
You can't call out for the first 90 days
Answered - Floor Technician (Former Employee) - Baltimore, MD
Requesting time off preferably would be at least two weeks prior if not more, unless in case of emergency.
Answered - Registration Clerk (Former Employee) - Kokomo, IN