[SOLUTION] Institutional Outcome
Answer: Yes, there was one time while at work, the Nurse I was assigned to work with that day, who I have never worked with before, I heard complaining to another Nurse that she didnt want to work with me because she felt that I had a bad attitude. The Nurse she was speaking to asked her why she felt like I had a bad attitude, and she said that she had to be a witness to a write up for me and felt like I didnt handle it in an appropriate manner, and felt like she could possibly be bullied by me if she were to try and give me an assignment.2. How did you overcome this issue?Answer: At the time I felt it was best to go ahead to do my work and only speak to her if it was necessary.3. Did you try and talk to this person to express your concerns?Answer: Yes, after s few hours of working my shift I decided to go to Human Resources and ask for a sit down with my nurse with a few floor managers to talk and sort out any differences. The Human Resource Representative asked me what was going on, I told her what I had heard my Nurse say to another Nurse, and a meeting was set up for that day. Although I feel like the meeting was a success, there are still times I get the feeling that she holds resentment.4. Have you ever felt that your race or culture has ever been a reason why you have had problems with coworkers or denied a job?Answer: Yes, there was a time I was going for an interview. When I first got there, they had me sit down at a table and fill out papers until I was called into my interview. Where they sat me was right outside of the office where they were conducting the interviews. I could hear that there was someone in there being interviewed, and it sounded so pleasant, I was excited for it to be my turn soon. They opened the door, shook the girls hand, and thanked her for coming in. The lady interviewing saw me and waved me to come in, I came in and sat down, and it was that awkward silence so I introduced myself and said how much I appreciated them calling me in for this interview. The lady asked me two questions, I answered both, she then said alright thanks for coming in and told me I could go. She did not walk me out, she didnt ask me if I had any questions or anything. It was my worst interview experience ever.5. How do you feel, or would you feel working in an environment with multicultural/races?Answer: I personally feel working in a place that is multicultural or multiracial is best for me, I feel the most comfortable when I am not the only African American, but also I dont want to work in a place that is only African American. I like the diversity, I like trying to understand different races and cultures, to me it helps me grow as a person.
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