Something that speaks about work…

October 30th, 2012 by Dianne

I obviously got this from my Facebook and my friend, Aya. This is something that I can relate to the past few days. Since, I was feeling a little ‘OFF’ with my job (yes, as a bedside staff nurse). It’s not the profession nor the job that you despise. I actually love being a NURSE and the fulfillment ‘SAVING LIVES’ bring. It’s how you are treated at work by your superiors and colleagues. Are you appreciated? Are you being treated fairly? Do your suggestions/concerns even count? The proper compensation is always an issue but if you really enjoy the work environment you are into, I believe it’s just secondary. 

I know it is too early for me to feel tired of work because I am just 23 and I still got a loooong way to go but sometimes, if you really know your capabilities and the things you deserve then you compare it with what you’re "actually" experiencing… You start to think, is this really it? Is there’s something more? Something better? 

Disclaimer: This post has nothing to do with the institution I am currently employed. This is just my musings as of the moment. Thank you!

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One Response to “Something that speaks about work…”

  1. danecca Says:

    When I first started to work as a staff nurse in one of the specialized tertiary hospital in the Philippines, there are also times wherein I felt that my colleagues undermines my capacity. But by focusing on the improvement of my knowledge and skills, I’ve gained their trust and respect. I guess ‘seniority mindset’ always occurs in our work. New staff nurses are being treated differently by their colleagues as well as the doctors.
    Just focus on the positive things and commit yourself in never ending improvement. If you continue to grow, Your performance at work will someday be appreciated. If not, I’m sure that other career opportunity will open up.

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