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I'm a new nurse and I feel like I need to say "yes" everything that is sent my way (shift changes, additional duties, extra hours, etc) I want to look good for my new supervisors and I want my coworkers to like me.
How can I say no? Should I say no??
I always work really hard at everything I do. But it's only been 4 months and I am TIRED from all the extra things i've been doing for my coworkers and other hospital staff.
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How do I explain this to a future employer?