Sign the paper, old man.... Let me preface, when I read the comment, all I could think of was Marty Feldman....
A lot of the problems stem from poor employee morale. The bully tactics used by administration do little to empower or encourage the staff. The forced signing of the "Nursing Standards of Excellence" if not signed by 3/10 it was considered termination (or voluntary resignation). A lot over a signature on something that some people may or may not have agreed with.
Especially with an already understaffed facility that is doing nothing to correct this critical problem - travelers, agency, etc.... Personally some of it was so trivial and more of it was just plain common sense/courtesy (let people off the elevator before boarding) or my favorite will make eye contact within 15 feet and again within 10 feet smile and speak...how creepy can this get...eyeballing me walking down the hallway.
Does it mean that someone will be fired for running down the hallway in an urgent situation and failing to speak the the other people in the hallway? If going on prmc history...that very well may be the case... you've voluntarily resigned by "not meeting the standards of excellence...see you signed the paper...." blow me prmc