Question to Ask the Workplace Doctors about reporting wrong:
I am a nurse and recently I brought it to my superior’s attention that some nurses were not giving medications. I had physical proof to show them. Nothing was said in the hallways, but in the office of my supervisor. However, today I got written up because somehow it got around to the other nurses that I had found these errors. And supposedly, my supervisors had to take action because it was numerous nurses. However, when asked who, they rushed to name my accusers. Can this be right? Being written up for hearsay? They have no proof that I was talking in the halls, which I wasn’t. And they did nothing to the nurses that they had proof that were not doing their jobs. Why me?