Sucks to suck. Not their fault, it’s the fault of the hospital and ED admin, who scheduled for inadequate staffing.Yeah, I can see how forcing the day shift nurses to endure an assignment AFTER THEY HAD ALREADY WORKED ALL DAY that the night shift nurses didn't want to accept when they were fresh was definitely in everyone's best interests.
Do you think the staffing situation for the night shift magically improved for everyone when the night shift nurses went home? Where did this extra staffing magically come from?
Have you ever worked as a RN in a busy urban ED?