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Top Ten Airline Cost-Cutting Measures Coming Your Way! (Core77)
British air carrier Monarch Airlines is kitting out their planes with seats fit for a king. Which is to say, the seats have something in common with thrones: They don’t recline. Additionally, these new “ergonomic” seats also feature a nice, gaping cavity for you to stare at in place of in-flight entertainment. “The airline’s new seat design also includes an innovative tablet holder for the technology savvy holidaymaker, an aviation first,” the company enthuses. “[This] enables our customers to create their own personal in-flight entertainment system.”
Admittedly they are not pioneers in this area, as Ryanair has been making people less comfortable since the early 2000s. And the motivation behind the non-reclining seats is, sadly, quite logical. Some 60% of flight attendants reportedly favor non-reclining seats, saving them from takeoff and landing nagging duty. Passengers hate when others recline into their own personal space. But primarily, of course, it’s about money: Less hardware makes the seats lighter, which saves on fuel.
Assuming the airline industry continues to march in this budgetary direction, here are our predictions for:
**Top Ten Airline Cost-Cutting Measures Coming Your Way**
**10.** “In the event of a cabin depressurization, please place the drop-down orange mask …
Nurse Cadets from WWII finally get their due
A national appeal drew thousands of young women into the Cadet Nurse Corps. During WWII. The year was 1943. America was at war, and men and women from Foxborough were serving in every theatre of the battle around the globe.
Lourdes bids farewell to six retiring teachers – News Item
Lourdes bids farewell to six retiring teachersNews ItemReiprish, a daughter of Robert “Lefty” and Ella Wurster, of Shamokin, said, “When I was growing up, girls either became a teacher or a nurse. Those were really the only two career opportunities for women.” After attending St. Joseph’s … She also has …
Nursing school: Scrubs, Scrubs, Scrubs
Hey guys, this is another nursing school video talking about the comfortable scrubs! Hope this helps out! Thanks for watching!
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National Nursing Week
Registered nurses welcome new standardized uniforms.
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When you are perceived as an angel, people don’t have a problem asking you to work 15-hour shifts without a break.
Potential drawback on this:
In a lot of hospitals, nurses are being replaced with technicians to save money. Some hospitals require everyone to wear generic scrubs and forbid nurses to identify themselves as registered nurses.If they did, the patients and families would know just how few nurses there are on staff.
White uniforms do have the advantage of being distinctive, and obviously they would help patients identify nurses, given the profession’s traditional association with the color. Moreover, some may see white as preferable to what the article describes as “pajamalike scrubs splattered with colorful flowers, images of SpongeBob SquarePants or candy canes,” which may encourage people to regard nurses as something other than serious professionals. So the white uniforms can enhance or restore professionalism to this field.; however, it can prevent individual expression. Some scrubs are quite attractive and if you have an unflattering figure, it can hide a lot. They come in pretty standard sizes of Large- Medium and Small and are quite inexpensive. .White uniforms are much more expensive.
Nursing uniforms in colors or scrubs can actually be a factor in short-staffing and the shortage. It can improve the morale among nurses. Thus, the improved image of nurses makes for an increase in numbers of potential nurses. .
I am not going to disney in uniforms. This is my vacation. I only want to shop for my uniforms in one day, pkease indicate stores with variety and cheap prices.
1243 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL? – (407) 898-9333
Aramark Uniform Services?
2741 S Division Ave, Orlando, FL? – (407) 841-1130
Cintas the Uniform People
4392 SW 34th St, Orlando, FL? – (407) 423-4222?
Sunshine School Uniforms?
617 N Primrose Dr, Orlando, FL? – (407) 896-9179?
G & K Services?
3063 Mercy Dr, Orlando, FL? – (407) 297-7
Design Lab Uniforms That Serve?
4203 SW 34th St, Orlando, FL? – (407) 896-7661
Harrison Uniform & Equipment?
4065 L B Mcleod Rd # F, Orlando, FL? – (407) 422-3363
Cintas the Uniform People?
845 N Garland Ave # 100, Orlando, FL? – (407) 648-0626
Service First Uniform Sales?
4518 Curry Ford Rd, Orlando, FL? – (407) 382-3292
G & K Services?
1407 E Robinson St, Orlando, FL? – (407) 898-8480
Uni First Corporation?
1101 N Keller Rd # C, Orlando, FL? – (407) 667-9300
AMS Uniform Gallery?
6235 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL? – (407) 299-1008
1920 Cypress Lake Dr, Orlando, FL? – (407) 850-0330?
T & A Career Apparel?
9480 S Orange Blossom Trl, Orlando, FL? – (407) 251-6900
1213 S Division Ave, Orlando, FL? – (407) 841-4661
Clark’s Ladies Fashions
355 W Church St, Orlando, FL? – (407) 843-2552
6225 Hazeltine National D, Orlando, FL? – (407) 859-0185
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If USA please clarify “aux” and I can post, the term usually in the US & UK refered to non military or licensed nurses as in a
nurse’s aide, and such.
I was an Army medical historian for a long time and have access to all sorts of trivia.
A aux nurse wore a different uniform in say each of the UK countries and such, I can tell you that the uniforms are rare and “hollywood” and such worked off old photographs, but the Army medical regiment at Fort sam Houston, Texas is a great resource: AMEDD Historian (yahoo search).