In the past, they've been told to 1). stop following CNAs into other residents' rooms and bathrooms, 2). Stop interrupting the nurse when she's pouring meds for other residents, 3). step out of the room when transfers and care are being done. They always stop for a little while, then gradually go back to their bad behavior. It's been quite a while since they've been spoken to about their behavior and it's getting out of hand again. Recently, one of them screamed in terror at a ***completely imaginary*** "unsafe" scenario and shoved a CNA out of her way in a panic. This same person has also made several hostile, accusatory comments about me, which i do not appreciate.
I can't take this crap anymore! But we have a bunch of staff who cater to their every desire, and if their bad behavior is going to be stopped, it has to be consistent. I'd talk to my nursing supervisor about making hard and fast rules regarding what is not to be tolerated, but she's snobby and condescending, and I'm afraid I'll regret even bringing it up. At the same time I know that these people clearly do not like me and I don't want their accusations, which are completely unfounded, to compromise my job.