You’re welcome. I’ve had my challenges with some in UPS management over the years but nothing I couldn’t deal with myself. UPS is quite successful in spite of union interference in the running of the company. Even though the drivers are unionized, a person would be hard pressed to find another group of employees that outworks them.
The nurses I’ve known are of the same work ethic. Maybe it’s just this part of the country (ND) but I’d prefer to believe it is true all over.
I have an aunt here in Texas who is a nurse, and she says nursing is the worse profession a woman could choose.
She says the general public doesn’t know what goes on behind the scenes.
They have tremendous, life and death responsibility, they get low pay and are treated like slaves (forced to work short handed and for long hours) and dogs by the doctors, families and the general public.
That being said, I don’t know what the answer is to their problem. Maybe going on strike is the only solution.