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  1. Let me start by saying: I’m a private EMT at a local Casino. I report to my EMT Supervisor and the Casino Management. (As well as workplace Compliance and Casino Surveillance) I have encountered a problem. My EMT Supervisor had said I was being compassionate to the patients. Now, I know what you’re probably thinking. “That’s the job”, “That’s what we learned.” Obviously these are my thoughts exactly. However, to my supervisor, that’s not the case. Normally I do not dwell on workplace rumors about my capabilities but this one put me in a place of constant self-questioning. How is being compassionate not something you want in an EMT? And how does this make me less of one? I don’t understand this and surely I hope you don’t either. I guess what I’m trying to ask is, have you come across this in your workplace? And how should I respond to this? (In all EMS -Private or Public)
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