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    Over 70% of Nurse Staff Turnover is Due to Bad Leadership

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    I completely agree. Many times former employees never know why leaders continue to take severe, illegal, and persistent actions without any accountability. It seems like they can never be removed. Well, what if their actions deliberately require the federal government to immediately close the organization?

    Was it worth it to now have hundreds  to thousands of employees suddenly be out of work?

    In my case, a sexual harasser refused to abide by my contract then communicated later "more was required." 

    Signed,

    PS, I think not.., I am happily married to Kevin L.

    Tiffany McGrue Ford, RN, MA, MSN

    American/Military Mom

    Edited by americangirl7719

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    Absolutely not... However, I knew first hand my Chenmed LLC had ties to other criminalized organizations who collaborated directly with Florida to hide theft and other illegal actions that occurred post my resignation. 

    Plus, their state wanted me to remain in Florida and went thru great lengths to cover up Chenmed's narcotic sales, USA military interference, money laundering, and acute espionage occurring between May 2019 -today. Nevertheless, they were not successful. Interestingly enough, they leveraged approximately 300+ operatives to quickly follow me to Texas to defraud employers in the hiring process by posing as me to block my hiring. Where they successful? Yes, I have yet to be hired even after receiving a strong performance rating and 500 billion plus in revenue.

    Tiffany McGrue Ford, RN, MSN

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    26 minutes ago, Texas Military Mom said:

    Absolutely not... However, I knew first hand  Chenmed LLC had ties to other criminalized organizations who collaborated directly with Florida to hide theft and other illegal actions that occurred post my resignation. 

    Plus, their state wanted me to remain in Florida and went thru great lengths to cover up Chenmed's narcotic sales, USA military interference, money laundering, and acute espionage occurring between May 2019 -today. Nevertheless, they were not successful. Interestingly enough, they leveraged approximately 300+ operatives to quickly follow me to Texas to defraud employers in the hiring process by posing as me to block my hiring.

    Where they successful? Yes, I have yet to be hired even after receiving a strong performance rating and 500 billion plus in revenue.

    Tiffany McGrue Ford, RN, MSN

     

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