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Author Topic: In contrast to the Naughty Nurse?  (Read 950 times)

Offline Lady Poppy

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This morning on the Lorraine show she interviewed 4 nurses who had formed a singing group.  They admittedly have produced their first album with the MacMillan trust and will be donating 25p of the proceeds from each sale to the charity.  However, this begs the discussion of moonlighting, taking on a second job of which they will be paid for.  Apparently they are unindated with interviews to do and will have to take some time off work to fulfill all their new obligations to the trust.

Is this not hypocritical?  Even if they seeked the blessing of the NHS they are in affect working dual jobs and it seems to be perfectly acceptable.

Is this fair?

http://www.macmillan.org.uk/Fundraising/Inyourarea/England/Greater_London/Local_events/TheNurses-NorthLondonnursessingingforMacmillanCancerSupport.aspx

Offline Jimmyredcab

It would depend on their employment contract, if there is no clause about doing a second job they are not breaking any rules.
Many people take on second jobs, I know of coppers, firemen and postmen who become cab drivers at the weekend.
You can't compare these girls to the nurse who became a hooker, she was on sick leave and obtaining money under false pretences. ;)

Offline Cactus

I think there is a bit of difference between 4 Nurses who have formed a singing group (probably as a hobby to start with), which has escalated and they have ended up making an album and are giving part of the proceeds to Macmillan than a Nurse who has been signed off sick and set herself up as a Prostitute and got caught...

I'm sure that if these 4 Nurses take time of their work then it will be done in the correct manner and with the permission/blessing of superiors as a sort of career break.  These girls have probably got together in order to have a bit of fun and it has escalated to where they are now, which will allow them to do interviews and raise awareness of their profession and a great charity.  There have been countless albums out recently by Soldior's, Veterans, Firemen, Ministers etc etc etc - worst case these girls are getting on that bandwagon.

The only similarity between the two cases is that they are both Nurses and that both have/will have to take time off work!  The ethical reasons for the time off is completely different and one group would be totally up front about it while the other was underhand in getting signed off then selling her body to make tax free income while still receiving sick pay from the NHS.  No comparison really!!!

Offline smiths

This morning on the Lorraine show she interviewed 4 nurses who had formed a singing group.  They admittedly have produced their first album with the MacMillan trust and will be donating 25p of the proceeds from each sale to the charity.  However, this begs the discussion of moonlighting, taking on a second job of which they will be paid for.  Apparently they are unindated with interviews to do and will have to take some time off work to fulfill all their new obligations to the trust.

Is this not hypocritical?  Even if they seeked the blessing of the NHS they are in affect working dual jobs and it seems to be perfectly acceptable.

Is this fair?

http://www.macmillan.org.uk/Fundraising/Inyourarea/England/Greater_London/Local_events/TheNurses-NorthLondonnursessingingforMacmillanCancerSupport.aspx

Hypocritical, certainly not, its nothing like pretending to be sick and then moonlighting as a WG while taking pay, these ladies are publicising MacMillan, raising money for charity and  have the blessing of their employers. Its two different scenarios, one was a liar and these arent.









Offline Lady Poppy

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You might of noted that I didn't highlight the fact that she was moonlighting and perhaps I should have gone into more detail into the area I was thinking.

My observation was more to do with the fact that many people have second or even third jobs, some of them this is acceptable, where others it isn't so much.  For instance it may not be seen appropriate for a Policeman or a fireman or a nurse who work shifts and long hours to hold down another job, as it is likely to impact on their first job.

We all know that the nurse was in the wrong for pulling a sicky and doing any other job, but my thoughts are that if it had been cleaning or something mundane it would have never made the news and she probably would have been asked to think about what she is doing and had her hands wrapped for pulling a sicky while continuing to work.

However, what if she had been doing it in her holidays and after hours?  Would that still be wrong?  Would it be acceptable in the same way these other ladies are doing no wrong?

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You might of noted that I didn't highlight the fact that she was moonlighting and perhaps I should have gone into more detail into the area I was thinking.

My observation was more to do with the fact that many people have second or even third jobs, some of them this is acceptable, where others it isn't so much.  For instance it may not be seen appropriate for a Policeman or a fireman or a nurse who work shifts and long hours to hold down another job, as it is likely to impact on their first job.

We all know that the nurse was in the wrong for pulling a sicky and doing any other job, but my thoughts are that if it had been cleaning or something mundane it would have never made the news and she probably would have been asked to think about what she is doing and had her hands wrapped for pulling a sicky while continuing to work.

However, what if she had been doing it in her holidays and after hours?  Would that still be wrong?  Would it be acceptable in the same way these other ladies are doing no wrong?

The point for me is she would of known working as a WG is seen in her occupation as bringing the profession into disrepute, yet she was still willing to do it. In her contract of employment would be clauses regarding behaviour that by taking the job she would of agreed to adhere to. It wouldnt  bother me personally that a nurse was also a WG in her spare time.

I certainly would say if she had been caught out like this but working as a cleaner it wouldnt of received the publicity this has, but then the media love stories like this as we all know. We are still sadly a very closed society when it comes to prostitution and many would view WGs and punters as perverts and believe the media stereotype of the streetworker junkie.
« Last Edit: March 10, 2011, 03:07:06 PM by smiths »

Offline softlad

However, what if she had been doing it in her holidays and after hours?  Would that still be wrong?  Would it be acceptable in the same way these other ladies are doing no wrong?


Whatever anyone does in their own spare time is up to them.
So long as they aren't abusing anyone's trust, or taking advantage of a stiuation, I see no wrong.
Lot's of prossies I have seen hold full or partime jobs, who am I to judge them ?
However claiming benefits, or whoreing whilst being on the sick is a different matter.
 

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Whatever anyone does in their own spare time is up to them.
So long as they aren't abusing anyone's trust, or taking advantage of a stiuation, I see no wrong.
Lot's of prossies I have seen hold full or partime jobs, who am I to judge them ?
However claiming benefits, or whoreing whilst being on the sick is a different matter.
 

I'm in shock.  I agree with you and Smith.


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