I did not complain to board of nursing, but I suppose I can now. The "did not adhere to doctor order" were inflated. The doctor himself said my method was acceptable, but my manager said "but at the time you didn't know that". What I did was acceptable protocol but she used it as a reason to get rid of me.
I found out today that they were told to monitor me, even phone calls. So I am interpreting that as it was a personal reason, or maybe they felt I was complaining to agencies.
Now that I'm fired, and really can not get my job back in a right to work state that I live in, what agencies can report their infractions to?
While I would LOVE to know the reason they pushed me out, I can only speculate that it is because I am the only male nurse, the only gay nurse, and they only well-liked nurse by the majority of staff. This is a HIGHLY religious area of North Carolina, so it may be a factor.
One question: I have an appeal to try to get my job back which is "internal administration appeal" and by the director of the facility who had me fired. CAN I SAY "Just pay me a one month severance which is the equivalent to my vacation time which you took from me by firing me and screwed me out of AND I wont tell DSS, OSHA, LABOR BOARD and FIRE MARSHALL of the numerous infractions such as........... And we'll never see each other again".
How can I word that to my advantage? I would have gotten my 1 month severance had I resigned anyway.