Found this on Facebook. Would love to hear what antiwork has to say about it.

....yeah, so we can sue the shit out of you if something goes wrong. Why the fuck would you think this would be your responsibility? Focus on your fucking job and let others do theirs.

I was doing nurse training. Colleagues we're covering some responsibilities of the docs on more or less a regular basis, because "they are busy and have mir important things to do".

It basically was a damned If you do, damned If you don't situation.

If you would have refused to do those things, you wod have gotten in trouble with "the team", If you'd accepted to do those things (which no one ever really officially asked you, it just was expected) and someone wie have gone wrong, you would have been 100% responsible since the stuff you have been doing was none of your business in the first place.

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