10/07/2020 (Wed) 21:57:42
It's doing my head in. >>232809>opportunity to respond
Yeah, I said basically what you are saying, but he just said that we shouldn't've, and shouldn't, sentence fragment
take on any more people who need medication until this is sorted internally.
The bureaucrat is my mate who came over from the last place I was at.
I called him last night and said that it's unrealistic and not applicable to the real world.
He just went on about how it's his job to make sure that everyone keeps employed.
I told him that the clients come first, not us.
I don't think he understood what I meant.
Also, the client doesn't have the meds in webster packs because most are prn's, so only when he feels lke them.
They're mood stabalisers and pain relief. >logs
Another issue for him is that it's our procedure that the RN needs to go out if there are any incidents, including signing in the wrong square.
So every time a support worker fucks up, which happens every so often, the RN will charge him about $500 to go out there.