Where is the line for company loyalty, for employee loyalty? At what point do they ask too much? Consider the following: Teacher made to do frequent blood checks and administer shots for a student when all other students on campus are done by the nurse. Teacher gets stuck with dirty needle. It gets worse from there. Teacher is looking for advice. Any suggestions?
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Thank you. I have a union rep and a union attorney on it but the district is getting horribly nasty about it. They are even trying to say now that I do not have the right to amend the filing though it falls in time line. I would love a referral.
Union attorneys are useless but you're making a paper trail. Follow chain of command, over heads, call state attorney:
Then google local attorneys in your area. These cases are probono, so you shouldn't have to pay.
The teacher should be grateful that that student parents didn't sue her and the school. I hope she didnt get any infection/disease from that dirty needle.
Ginger - I was told by my diagnostician and the nurse if I wanted to keep my job I would do it. I did complain. My motivation was ongoing employment. It was covered in ARD documents that I was to do it. I got a 2 hour training on the illness.