Reporting party (RP) stated that she was recently terminated from the facility, but while she was employed there, she was working without proof of a cleared tuberculosis screening. RP also mentioned that staff Jennifer Hazzley has been working at the facility for over 2 months and she also is working without proper immunization. RP stated that there are 2 new residents who have been living in the facility for 1 month (Diane Schneider, room #320 and Joyce Cibura, room #407) and both resident moved in the facility with open wounds located on the back of their legs. RP stated that these residents ambulate using a scooter type wheelchair. RP stated that the wounds have been stage, however RP did not have that information available to her. RP stated
In Alabama in the early 1970’s, there was a height and weight limitation, in order to be considered as a candidate for becoming a prison guard. The restrictions were minimum 5’2 and 120 pounds. Such requests ruled out Dianne Rawlinson, who made a class action suit against the requirements, as she thought that they violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. Dianne Rawlinson raised the legal question in Court whenever height and weight requirements for employment as a prison guard in the Alabama would violate Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.
Julie Mialaret is my mother and she is 53 years old. My mother exercises very rarely because of her intense work schedule. She says it is hard for her to have the energy everyday to work out after long work hours. She has never smoked in her life because she does not find it appealing. Mrs. Mialaret eats a very low-fat diet and eats very small portions. My mother eats very healthy and is able to maintain her weight without exercise. She faces no barriers when it comes to eating healthy because growing up she ate little portions and couldn't afford fast food. I would like to change my eating habits to better reflect my mom's diet however, I would like to incorporate some sort of exercise into my daily routine. My mom hopes to start exercising
Returned call to Ms Deborah Turner. She wanted to complain about a CW worker that did not allowed see her great-niece Astasia (2years old) and great-nephew, Odion (4 years old).
Julie Gurnick is a broadcasting major at Point Park University from Jeannette, commuting an hour to campus each day. She was interested in Point Park University because it offered a good program in communications. Gurnick also holds an associates degree in business communications form Westmoreland County Community College. After graduating from Point Park University Gurnick aspires to become a sports caster. Gurnick is currently a free-lance employee for the Tribune Review as well as a dietary aid at St. Anne Home.
Could you please assist me? My associate was reviewing appeal # APP-2018599 that was completed by Priscilla Wilkerson. She notice that all the claims checks were suppressed when they were not advised in the SOW to processed this way. In order for all 18 claims to be reprocessed, Danielle has been advised to redo the SOW. Since, this was not her error, I think that these claims need to be reprocessed again correctly by Priscilla or another claim analyst. Could you please review and advise? Attached is communication from Danielle trying to get assistance from Priscilla regarding the mistake that was made and Kishma advising of next steps.
On May 16, 2017, Agent Kelly Birch (Birch) conducted an interview of Frances “Eli” Smith-Lewis (Smith-Lewis) concerning the possible abuse of Shirley Rogers (Rogers). This interview was conducted at the Office of the Oklahoma Attorney General, located at 15 West 6th St, Suite 1000, Tulsa, OK 74119.
Alana Bradley has been an exceptional student at Rocky River High School for the past four years. She has maintained a 3.75 grade average during this time. In addition to being on the Dean’s list, Alana is also a member of Rho Kappa Honor Society and the National Honor Society. This high level of academic performance also includes being accepted into the National Technical Honor Society and the Nation Society of High School Scholars. Alana is a very hard worker, and she possesses a unique ability to work well with others.
Veronica Joseph is a seven-year-old African American female who was referred to the S.A.F.E Family Strengthening Program by Olusola Onagrruwa, Child Protective Investigator from the Broward County Sherriff’s Office, in order to receive therapeutic services due to allegations of inappropriate sexual behaviors. Specifically, it was alleged in May of 2016, Veronica asked to see a peer’s “privates,” under the classroom table. Both children reportedly exposed themselves. Other children reported they had seen “naked flesh.” The alleged victim cried after the incident, as he indicated he knew he should have not engaged in the behaviors. Records indicated Veronica has a history involving being sexually aggressive with other children, so she is kept separate from the boys in the classroom and seated closely to the teacher. The abuse report indicated this was Veronica’s third incident being sexual with other children in the school.
Plaintiff Jane Paul moves the Court for its order barring Defendant or his witnesses from referring to or presenting any evidence or argument regarding Ms. Paul’s past alcoholism, her DWI conviction, or the Defendant’s religious beliefs, because such evidence is irrelevant and could unduly prejudice the jury. A fair trial requires that the jury consider only the evidence relevant to the issues. Ford v. Gordon, 990 S.W.2d 83, 85 (Mo. Ct. App. 1999). Evidence is relevant only if it “tends to prove or disprove a fact at issue” or bears on the witness’s credibility. Id. For example, while a witness’s reputation for being truthful is relevant, the witness’s character flaws unrelated to truthfulness are not; such evidence is usually offered only to prejudice the jury. State v. Eisele, 414 S.W.3d 507, 515 (Mo. Ct. App. 2013) (holding that evidence of witness’s use of profanity was irrelevant to witness’s credibility
“In the case of the State of Connecticut VS Marlene Barnes, based on the evidence presented, we the jury unanimously found Marlene Barnes is guilty of first-degree murder in the death of Katherine Lincoln.”
On 10/16/2015 I spoke with Kalila Dowden, parent of Kaylee P. at the operation . Ms. Dowden had come to pick her daughter up while I was at operation for the inspection. I spoke with Ms. Dowden in the office. Ms. Dowden stated Shana Myers the teacher of Kaylee had contacted her and stated she believed Kaylee had a seizure on the playground and EMS had been called. Ms. Dowden stated she had told Ms. Myers she was on her way. Ms. Myers stated shortly after arriving at the center EMS had shown up and she had refused care as she believed her daughter did not need to go to the hospital. Ms. Dowden did state she did not take her daughter to the doctor or hospital as her Neurologist is in Dallas and Ms. Dowden states she is aware of what she is suppose
This is a request to terminate Vickie Desormeaux from the position of Benefits Specialist in the Office of Human Resources due to excessive absenteeism and inadequate job performance. Ms. Desormeaux has failed to meet the attendance and performance expectations of the department as outlined in two letters of concern and one letter of reprimand issue during the past three years. Ms. Desormeaux has been advised on numerous occasions that he pattern of unplanned and unauthorized absence and tardiness was unacceptable and that continued absence could result in disciplinary action which could include termination.
Overall, Bridgette Hovis has a sweet tone. She is respectful to callers, supervisors, and agents. Bridgette tries to meet the need of her callers quickly and is not afraid to ask supervisors for help. She receives critque and close supervison well. Bridgette is often late for her scheduled shift due to personal needs with her children. I often pray with Bridgette and encourage her to continue to be positive in the spite of the situation she may be facing. She remembers her passwords and badge each shift. I would like to see Bridgette work on her perfessionalism in the work place more and I think she will become more professional in the work place over time. Bridgette can multi-task well and loves when she helps people meet their need. She