Open Letter To Health Workers, Nurses & Staff

Important message for anyone in the healthcare industry being forced to vaccinate.

“I currently work as a compensation consultant in human resources for a major health system.” says Mary Langan. “Compensation consultants are intimately involved in the hiring of new employees. We oftentimes are consulted to assist with appropriate pay for new hires. Being in this position gives me a little bit more insight then the average person in regards to the current labor market for the healthcare industry.”

“Here’s what they don’t want you to know. You as a healthcare employee have way more power at this current moment then you will ever realize.”

“There is a massive labor shortage in the healthcare industry, and leaders over different departments are freaking out. I see it every single day. I constantly hear, if this person leaves, it will shut down our entire department. We are currently being forced to take drastic measures to try to retain our employees.”

“The moral of the story is that they cannot afford to lose a massive amount of people,” Langan wrote in an open letter to health industry employees. “It will literally shut them down. STAND YOUR GROUND WITH THE VACCINE!! You have more power than you realize and they cannot afford to lose you.”

“Under no circumstances will I take the vaccine. I will lose my job if necessary. Stand by your convictions and do what you know is right.”

“Please share this message with anyone that you can. My hope is that this will reach enough people that we can make a difference in this war.”


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One thought on “Open Letter To Health Workers, Nurses & Staff

  1. If the slow cook agenda includes shutting down facilities, then it doesn’t matter if people quit since that is part of the playbook. Even those employees that get the jab to keep their jobs, will become stressed out, over worked and eventually quit. Although the tide may turn and any planned mandates could fizzle out.

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