5 Ways to Make a Bad Impression on your First day of Traveling Work
5 Ways to make a bad impression on your first day of Traveling Work
Whatís a good way to create a bad impression on your first day of an assignment? The
following are a few suggestions. You may not want to read this if you donít like
1. Arrive Late
Arrive to the hospital late and complaining about the traffic and how hard it is to find
your way around the hospital. Make sure to look dishelved with your shirt hanging out
half way and a stethoscope around your neck while you chew your gum.
2. Mistaken someone else as the head nurse
Make sure you mistaken someone else as being in charge. When you do meet the head
nurse, just give him or her a glance or a shrug and keep moving. That will make a
marvelous impression. The supervisor will create wonderful assignment selections for
you with all the support you need.
3. Arrive Unprepared
Tell them you need to borrow a pen and a stethoscope because you forgot yours and
didnít plan on working the first day anyway. Furthermore, make sure to throw in a few
additional requests such as special fitting scrubs or gloves to accommodate you in some
4. Point out better ways to do things
When you first get there, tell them ways you see that they are doing things inefficient or
old school. Mention that where you come from, you do it better. They will appreciate
your suggestions and come back for more input.
5. Stand Back
Stand back and donít offer any help. If you see a nurse struggling to push a stretcher
around the corner, just move out of the way and smirk. Also, make sure to stand around
and chat about how bad your company is treating you, how much you hate your housing,
and how bad it was to work in the last facility you were in.
Follow these suggestions and you will surely be asked to extend your assignment and
have a wonderful experience.