The staffing company I work for has nothing for me next week. Unreal. Out of all the shortages out there, not a single job. The next week has a few but all about a 3-4 hour roundtrip commute. Not even worth it. With that said, I'm still waiting on my current offer to continue through. I have to fill out background check information and a drug test. Easy enough. I really cannot wait to get back into looking at hospital orders. It is much more interesting than tablets and more tablets. Drips and IVs are so much more festive, chemotherapy more thought provoking, and TPNs more challenging... in the world of pharmacy anyway. The latest fun thing for tablets are the new combination products that drug companies are making to overcome the brand names losing their trademarks. Avandia/Amaryl, etc...
I turned down the LTC offer. Ironically the manager (who is not a pharmacist) told me that my reason for turning it down (long commute) wouldn't be an issue as they were relocating near where I am in 4-9 months. And, oh please, don't let my employees know what I just confided in you.
That raised an immediate red flag.
Hey employers, you HAVE to take care of your staff first. They have to be top priority. You don't tell a possible hire something that you haven't told your own employees and then ask someone who doesn't even have your loyalty not to tell.
No, I didn't tell. No, I won't tell but still! Is it just me or should he have least told his employees of the possible relocation?
I still turned the job down.
I still am going to work from home.