Is it true that nurses don't get their breaks during their work shift? Is this the exception or the rule?
So often I hear that nurses are expected to work long shifts with 5 minutes here and there to wolf down their lunch or supper. If by law, a nurse is suppose to take a 30 minute unpaid "lunch", then why is there so much complaining?
It's confusing to me because of the overweight nursing population, and seems kind of contradictory with the shortages of break time.