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this is not a residency position though. it is a hospitalist job where i am an attending. how do you place some one on PIP because someone said they were rude? she is also trying to place another colleague on PIP for saying "****" during a meeting. I have been an attending for 2-3 years and it is quite insulting that she can just ruin my career with something as stupid as this.Most importantly, this is a warning that you will be fired if you don't improve. This is not a minor issue. You need to address this and fix whatever the problem is.
Whether it's reportable to employers depends upon your resdiency's policies. It may be QA / internal, and you will not need to report it. It almost certainly depends upon you fixing the problem -- if it continues, you will need to report it (and you might get fired)
i had an argument with her as they were not giving me enough shifts. i'm not the person who cursed though. that was my colleague but keeping my mouth shut these days to not offend anyone. but started job hunting and now, the question is coming up and i am unsure on how to answer it.Ahh. That changes things somewhat, but overall I agree with the above.
First piece of advice: Don't be rude to people.
Second piece of advice: Don't swear at work. Be professional.
Usually, initial PIP's like this are not reportable. But if there are more complaints, it can certainly become a big issue.
What exactly is the question asking? I have been credentialed at tons of places and never seen that question posed outside of residency and medical school probation.i had an argument with her as they were not giving me enough shifts. i'm not the person who cursed though. that was my colleague but keeping my mouth shut these days to not offend anyone. but started job hunting and now, the question is coming up and i am unsure on how to answer it.
PIPs some times are what they are meant to be... a positive corrective action within an organization to foster the growth of an employee to be in line with their mission and goals... a learning experience for all with no ill will.Doesn't sound like a good place to work. Find another job.