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AndyCompany

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  1. This is more of a professional courtesy question. There is an overnight veteran emt that comes in at 11pm when the evening crew gets out at 12am. She habitually complains and asks us to basically not speak for our last hour of our overlapping shift, every time. Not only that but she storms in the room in her underwear. I’ve been wondering and growing frustrated with this. Seeing as when I come in for morning overlapping shifts I simply have the courtesy to wait an hour before I do dishes and cook breakfast due to the overnight crew still sleeping. Also I feel that if walked around in my underwear it’d be an issue. Furthermore I’ve learned that she basically orders fellow overnight emt’s to drag their mattress into a training closet to sleep! Is this fair, what can I do... or am I in the wrong.
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