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Cna Duties And Being A Aa?

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Thanks Diana for your reply, and Pat I hope that things work out for you.We all need a job description that has 0 CNA duties in it.But then thats just my opinion.

Have a great day everyone

Karla Jackson :-)

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Every job I have had in my life always has something to the effect that the employee may be asked to perform any other tasks the supervisor asks of them. I think this always covers the bosses you know whats. The only thing that saves people is if they have a union that backs them up. For instance in schools where I worked the teachers had union rules about doing nonteaching duties. The educational assistants could not be in the union and could be asked to perform any task. But I definitly will ask for a writtten job description anyway.

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