I heard about a job opening. I got an interpreter with an interview for an hour and a half. I fell in love with my job. I worked there for years. I worked so harder plus a lot of overtime for supervisors, bosses, and others. I feel they took advantage of me. I am upset...PLUS- But, unfortunately, they refused to get me an interpreter. For example, for a meeting, or interview for a review, and others. I have a right. I am deaf. It is huge discrimination. I am sad.
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I was denied UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS I waited to receive for 19 weeks, I stated my reason for unemployment was because of COVID-19 And I was promised after receiving my temporary nursing certificate , the last job I worked for as a CNA after passing all exams I never received my CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANCE CERTIFICATION ……..even though I worked during the pandemic and I felt like I needed to attend to my family but I was told my reason for unemployment was personal it’s like who does this government care about withholding money I made and I need and can’t get is truly insane no matter the reason of unemployment you should still receive some type of support for the government but this taught me how much the government doesn’t care about it’s citizens #unemployment #americancitizen#mentalhealth
I have been out of the workplace for a while now. I have a Bachelor's of Science in Nursing. I worked as a pediatric trauma/critical care RN for 12-13 years. In 2011 my mother was diagnosed with a rare form of dementia and I was forced to leave my career, to take care for her. She passed away last year. I'm ready to go back to work. However, I do not wish to reenter the work force a nurse. I have two small children and nursing takes me away from them, way too much. Since I do have a bachelor's degree there are many educator (not nursing, but 6th-12th & community college adviser) positions I would like to explore. My question is this; can anyone give me a few tips for a nurse who's been out of the workplace for many years, wanting to transition to a different career. Resume tips, are especially needed. As you can imagine., my resume reads as a who's who of hospitals and travel nursing companies. What clinical skills can I highlight, that will also be applicable to the role of an educator. Also, any tips on references relevant to the position? Any and all advice, would be tremendously appreciated. Have a great day. Thanks!
Good morning to everyone. I Hope, yall are doing great. I am disappointed with hearing people wear masks. That doesn't help me and deaf people at all. I told them to please take off the mask, so I can read lips. But, some people refuse to take off their masks I am upset. They should know better we are deaf and can see people wear masks that move a lot. obviously, they talked. I kept telling. But, it Is more misunderstanding and giving up. I walked off. I noticed, they seem not to care. That is wrong, they know better we are deaf, and cannot read while they wear masks. Some rare are willing take-off and read lips. This is a huge problem with masks. Some deaf people are struggling and frustrated. I don't blame them. Just 6 feet away. It won't hurt at all. This is their job and caring people, then do it. I'd like to know, why people dislike deaf or think they can't do anything, or like that. That is huge discrimination. Deaf people and I are very much struggling, and frustrated. I agree. Hospitals, doctors, and nurses, and job interviews wear masks. That s a problem. No excuses. Be aggressive, and professional to help deaf people, too.
Right before the new year, I had made the decision to leave my shift early due to the fact a co worker had made a threat to me. Feeling unsafe I decided to go home. Emailed management letting them know the situation, that it has been going on for a few weeks. That a threat was made towards me and there were five witnesses. I was putting in a resignation due to a hostile work environment. Next morning I receive an email from management stating my resignation was denied and I was terminated effective immediately. They stated that I abandoned my position. Apparently that might the same co worker had threatened one of the witnesses. Management apparently moved her to a better position. They never was punished in any way due to stress from the holidays and having problems at home with her boyfriend and children. I do not see how this was even fair or even making that workplace safe? #termination #hostileworkenviroment #healthcare #stressful