According to the 2013 National Healthcare & RN Retention Report, nurse turnover is at 14.7 percent nationwide. One of the leading contributors to turnover in the medical field, particularly in the field of nursing, is burnout. If you hope to … read more “If Burnout is Imminent: How Nurses Preserve Their Rationality”
A month ago I started working with this company, and I have already got a secret which I must hide from my co-workers, especially from my supervisor. She is a very serious woman and is not usually very nice, especially … read more “Surprise Secret”
I worked at McDonalds for a month. I took the low pay for what it was because I needed income to raise my daughter, no matter how low the profit would be.
It went fairly well as time went on. … read more “The Unsympathetic McDonalds Corporation”
I love my job!
Whenever I think about it, I can’t help it saying to myself: “You know, I am one blessed person…”
It’s true, this is what I feel… I am a writer, and writing is what I do … read more “Writing for a Living”
A long, rainy night of translating. I had been assigned a 25,000 word translation at a good rate by a translation agency in Spain. I am a Spanish translator. I was given ten days to do it in-2,500 words per … read more “Spanish Translations”
Have you ever been forced to work just to have something to eat? Have you ever felt so rich inside, but so poor outside of your body? That was how I had been feeling my whole life.
My name is … read more “Inhumane Society”
As a part time job, I used to work in a bar which had an underground restaurant which only opened in winter. The bar was elegant and I enjoyed working there since everyone liked me and I gave great service. … read more “Secrets of the Barista”
Having to drag my butt out of bed at 5:30 in the morning was bad enough. But having to do it while being three months pregnant and on my birthday was even worse. The joys of working at a coffee … read more “Working at a Coffee Shop”