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So... the obvious thing to say from an outside perspective is that this person is exploiting you (they are), they're not likely to be willing to stop easily (they're not) and that the best way to respond is a clean break followed by getting other work. Based on what you've said, though, that's not a viable path for you. You need work, and if you give up on ...


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for example we agree to work on a project with a specific payment and while working on this project I am asked to finish tasks on other projects that we didn’t agree on You messed up. Contract work isn't like salary work. You get paid to deliver the contract, you don't get paid to do helpful things. Failure to deliver the contract is directly tied to a ...


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You need to write this job off to experience and find other work. You have done it all wrong in terms of freelancing from the beginning. You cannot change it now without repercussions. This is why it's best to operate on an hourly basis. Then if she needs you all day during working hours to do nothing she pays. If you get a 12 hour task you charge for 12 ...


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I understand the dilemma that you can't afford to quit because jobs are hard to find, but can you afford to continue working for this person if you're being taken advantage of and you aren't getting paid? How would quitting add any additional hardship? You're not being paid now. If it were me, I'd cease doing any and all work immediately and start looking ...


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How long do they have to give you to prove that you are capable of doing the job properly after they have told you what they want? In the past I have been fired, without being given a chance to prove myself. What can I do to prevent that in this job? So the problem is people are ordering the wrong items, but you end up taking the blame? I recall you from ...


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This Q & A site tends to be dominated by people who work in technology such as software developers. Most software developers do not work on systems where people's life are in danger, some do but most don't. Not all nursing is high pressure. What discipline are you in? There is a big difference in working in labor and delivery, and being a nurse that ...


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If you're worried about being fired for making mistakes then be careful not to make mistakes. There is no general number of mistakes before termination. It could be one, it could be none, it all depends on the locale and specific scenario. Nurse Managers tend to blow things out of proportion and take the word of patients over the nurses. This isn't normal, ...


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