Sunday, February 1, 2009
Queensland Health rejected this Nurse's application for a futher 6 hours of work at Eventide, Brighton. You be the judge!
The Whistleblower applied through an Expression of Interest for an extra 6 hours per week of employment. This would increase her hours to permanent full-time status. The Whistleblower has been contracted to work four shifts per week for many years. She was informed after many months that she had failed the interview. In other words - she was fit to work four shifts per week - but not five. At the time the Whistleblower was studying a Bachelor of Arts degree at QUT. Please be advised of the following:
The Whistleblower was informed that due her hard work at University and her Grade Point Average (GPA) of 5.4, she most certainly could study Law. Strange that the Whistleblower was not fit to work 6 extra hours at Eventide, Brighton according to Queensland Health.
The Whistleblower was informed at a feedback interview that she failed in the communication area of the interview. Strange that the Whistleblower received a distinction in "Interpersonal Communication".The Whistleblower was informed that none of her references were considered, no academic history was considered, no referees were contacted.
You be the judge! Is this reprisal? Is this discrimination? The Whistleblower intends to find out.
Investigations are taking place or have taken place at Eventide, Brighton.
Another Whistleblower (casual) has recently been treated in a similar way. She has an outstanding CV - she is reliable, she is passionate about the rights of the older and disabled residents in her care. Strange how she has never received work at Eventide, Brighton since she reported sexual, physical and psychological abuse, she witnessed. You be the judge!