– I understand helping with employees and making sure that we have rest breaks and things like that. (knocking) – [Woman] Hey Nancy,
can you come out please? We’ve got like five post-ops waiting, so can you come out like right now? – Yeah, I’ll come out when I’ve finished my card game and my break. – Those nurses probably do get breaks. They probably play cards for a considerable amount of the day. – Yes, full house. – Well if we have an issue
with nurses getting tired. (snoring) Let’s quit letting ’em do 12-hour shifts. (cards shuffling) – I have 12 hours already? Well, that wasn’t so hard. I’ll do it again tomorrow. – Let’s let ’em do 8-hour shifts, like most standard shifts are. 12 hours, I know they want it, but then they come back and they start taking out of both sides of the mouth and telling us how tired they are. (snoring) – [Woman] Nancy, we need your help. You need to come right now. – All right, all right, I’ll be there. I’m just finishing off my break. Jesus. – Let’s make ’em 8-hour shifts. I commend the amendment to you. – You in?
You too? All right, good. Who you talking about? Maureen Walsh? Yeah, I know her. She owes me a lunch break or two. (upbeat music)