Please let me know as soon as you have spoken to your teams (Friday at the latest) and advise me of any potential issues. Management is very firm in their commitment to this policy and rather than receiving feedback from each employee, we request that each department manager incorporates whatever concerns may arise into a single, team email which is reviewed.
At the age of 32 years old, Lashea Reaves has overcome more obstacles as a young professional than most adults seen in a lifetime. On a professional level, she became one of the youngest Assistant Vice President at Florida Community Bank, after her departure at Charles Schwab managing investment advisors with assets over 3 billion. Lashea continues to climb the corporate ladder in Central Florida as she raises her adopted sister and cares for her daughter diagnosed with developmental delay.
New Jersey v. T.L.O. is an interesting case that took place in New Jersey around this area. In Piscataway High School, two girls were caught smoking cigarettes in the bathroom. One of them, which is referred to as T.L.O. At the school, smoking in the restrooms was a violation of school rules. They were caught and were escorted to the assistant vice principal. Through a meeting, an unwarranted search of T.L.O.’s purses leads to an incriminating searched and confession. T.L.O, found it unfair that they could search her for other items unrelated. She filed suit against the juvenile court to state that they can’t used that form of evidence to convict her. The juvenile court found Choplick’s search to be constitutional. T.L.O appealed to the New Jersey Supreme court and there they had a different opinion. The
T.L.O. was a high school student at Piscataway in Middlesex County. She was caught smoking in the lavatory by a teacher, and was taken to the Assistant Vice Principal Theodore Choplick who searched her purse after he suspected cigarettes. Mr. Choplick discovered cigarettes, small amount of marijuana, and a list that contained students’ names who are owning her money. T.L.O was charged with possession of marijuana. Before the trial, T.L.O. moved to suppress the evidence found during the search, but the court denied her motion. The juvenile and domestic relations court of New Jersey found her guilty and sentenced her to one-year probation. On appeal, the Superior court of New Jersey, Appellate Division affirmed the denial of motion to suppress
Message 4: It is not uncommon for an employee to be in disagreement with an employer’s decision to terminate employment. An alternative we may try is to set up a meeting of the workers peers and give them the facts of the situation and let them decide if the termination was wrongful. The group of peers would be persons from a location other than the employees own. These individuals would hear the facts of the case from both the businesses’ and the employees. In order to qualify the termination would need to meet certain criteria. It would be required to be an established company guideline or process for which the employee was terminated and store leadership must be able to present all documentation that lead to the termination. This would require leadership to have followed the processes leading to termination. For the employee it would let them have a voice in their termination and to hear whether their peers agree with the employer or the employee.
It is imperative that you familiarize yourselves with EPIC’s policy and procedures manual as this is the guide in which we reference when topics occur. Both Day Supports and Residential are the heart and pulse of this organization. Without programs, EPIC would dissolve. Hence, as we move forward I will expect each leader to understand and use this tool when engaging in affairs/issues with staff. It is important that you set the tone with your individual teams in a respectable manner to include being transparent, ethical and fair. A program without sound leadership is a program that is deemed to fail. It is important that we are mindful of our tone, cadence and body language, as the way we engage our staff will either aid or hinder your resolution attempts.
Presenting Problem: Kaleb is a 12 y/o white male presenting ADHD-CT, ODD, and Adjustment Disorder with anxiety and depressed mood. Kaleb was alleged locked in a closet as a form of discipline for lying, stealing and wetting the bed with only a mattress, pillow and bed sheet allowed where CPS was involved. He was required to perform numerous military style exercises as a form of discipline. He has been engaging in assaultive behaviors at school, and at the Seton house. He has demonstrated behaviors in foster care placement to include cursing using racial slurs, and threatening to run away. He is currently placed back with his biological father and stepmother. He also engages in lying, stealing, manipulating, fire setting, abusive behavior
Client A had her four month old baby removed from her care despite our best efforts at a 1027 hearing. It was alleged the baby had fractured ribs, and it was either the father or mother so charges were filed against both parents. The trial stretched out over several months and after cross examining the doctor who testified and putting the primary physician on the stand, the Court came back with a finding that our client did not abuse her daughter. Her daughter was immediately returned to her care. Client B is an immigrant who has been a client of HLAS for many years. At one stage, client B had all of her children removed from her care. She worked very hard to get all of her children back, and her two youngest were the last. The father of
Thank you for your input, in my opinion, I don’t believe that the treatment withdrawal was altogether unlearned, based on my hypothesis the second baseline of days 23 and 24, something occurred to increase the trend causing the insignificant increase. Additionally, further treatment may need. Of course I could be wrong in my hypothesis. Do you have any further assertion on my hypothesis? I welcome any other input you may have.
In a high school in New Jersey, a teacher found two girls smoking in the bathroom and alerted the principal. One of the girls confessed to smoking but the other, T.L.O., didn’t confess. The principal searched T.L.O’s purse and found marijuana which clarified she was selling as well as smoking. T.L.O. was taken to the police and confessed to her actions. Since she confessed and had evidence in her purse of the crimes she’d committed, New Jersey charged her. In a court for juveniles, T.L.O. claimed that her Fourth Amendment rights, not allowing unreasonable searches and seizures, were violated. The court believed the school, and T.L.O. then went to the New Jersey Supreme Court with her case, which agreed that it was an unreasonable search and
Daisy Lopez, M.A. has nine years of experience working with grant funded youth development projects, with six years dedicated to working with substance abuse prevention programs. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Restorative Justice and a Master of Arts in Leadership Studies from Fresno Pacific University. Since 2006, Ms. Lopez has been coordinating and leading various federal, state and county funded projects aimed at creating policy, system or environmental changes in communities throughout California’s Central San Joaquin Valley. As a professional, Ms. Lopez has demonstrated expertise in: 1) reaching and serving low socioeconomic status, Hispanic/Latino, and rural community populations; 2) establishing networks and creating
The success of a business is to a large extent determined by its strategic position, business tactics and the management's ability to coordinate available resources. The formation of LorPel to a significant level represents a successful business whose operational strategies presented well, researched and carefully implemented strategies. LorPel was formed in 2003, having overcome a significant number of challenges in the registration process. This paper composes of an analysis of the business; including a situational analysis, company strategy and recommendations for future development.
1a) In a short time, the young Chinese cosmetic market has become quite saturated with numerous firms. In order for Yue Sai to position its brand effectively, it has to draw upon unique strengths that others do not have. Madam Yue-Sai created Yue Sai with the aim “to create, produce and sell the very best beauty and skincare products that we can offer to Asian women and to the world…” The company started under her belief that the Chinese women had different standards for beauty and required specifically tailored cosmetic products. If Yue Sai under Cotyhad continued to build its brand under this positioning instead of focusing on distribution, the brand would be a far more prominent player in