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'Critical' reasons behind nurses leaving profession laid bare
 

'Critical' reasons behind nurses leaving profession laid bare

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Nurses have cited “being treated like foot soldiers” as they are moved about on shift to fill staffing gaps, the increasingly burdensome tasks they are expected to do to meet employers’ performance targets, and lack of autonomy as some of the major reasons for wanting to leave their jobs.
 
www.nursingtimes.net
 
12 Mar 2017 - General
 
There's a lot of reason and factors affecting we nurses wanted to leave our jobs. One of the top reasons would be being overworked, underpaid, feeling of neglect to improve ones profession and performance and may more. Sadly this is a global problem affecting most of the nurses and not only in third world countries. Here in the Philippines wherein more nurses are being produced yearly but with the decrease in supply of job vacancy is really helpless. Others would go into working on call cent...
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