Nurse Fraudulently Working without Proper Accreditation
After many issues had been raised against a nurse, we discovered the worker was assuming a false identity, leading to her employment termination. Story Here
Brigitte Cleroux’s alleged behavior involved her treatment of patients and co-workers and claims of fraudulent employment. This case has brought hiring concerns to the forefront in hospitals across Canada.
People are demanding answers, “What happened, and how did this happen?”. Raised concerns are focused on how the systems that people trust and depend on fail them. It raises questions about how someone posing as a nurse could easily and repeatedly slip through the system.
B.C is responding to the proposed class action suit that has been submitted. Health Authority argued it did not authorize her actions because she was defrauding them.
The Nursing-Nightmare is a startling example of why we must utilize comprehensive and in-depth reference checking to eradicate problems before they begin.
- No one wants or needs this kind of publicity.
- No one wants to face these types of class-action lawsuits.
- No one wants the worry of fallout from mistreatment of patients.
We want to do our due diligence, retain our good name, and protect the people who trust us. Allow Inline Reference Check, your partner in the hiring process, to empower you to make the most informed hiring decision and support you in identifying the strongest candidates to build your team.
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