I don't mind working harder, but I'm worried she will make a mistake that will result in an injury to a patient. She does not know how to use Hoyer lift, for example. There has already been a mishap because she was unfamiliar with certain things, luckily the patient was not injured at all. But we had to fill out an incident report. I feel its risky for my CNA license to work with someone like her. So if the facility wants to fire me for refusing to work on a hall with her, then fine. I could still get another job somewhere else. Its better for me to get fired, than lose my license.
This has not been easy for me, but its the decision I had to make after weighing all my options.