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Dental Prosperident Pulse from Prosperident
Issue #86 — September 2019
Hear CPA (and former NYPD Lieutenant) Craig Cody interview David Harris on his podcast HERE.
Learn from the Experts!
Did you know that there are some topics that we will ONLY discuss at closed-door, live events?
Hear about how Prosperident’s Mindy Salzman caught Colorado’s Layla Masset embezzling.
See us live if you want the full story on embezzlement.
Here are some places where we will be speaking soon:
Edison Lakes Oral Surgery, Mishawaka IN
Dr. Maheeb Jaouni Study Club, Dallas, TX
Orthopreneurs Summit, Dallas TX
Dr. Brad Crump Study Club, Dallas TX
Dr. Tommy Murph Dallas Dental Symposium, Dallas TX
ADSO Partnering for Growth, Orlando FL
BEST for Dentistry Summit, Portland OR
Colorado Prosthodontic Society, Denver CO
Drs. Savage, Sabol & Visser, Virginia Beach VA
Panoramic Study Club, Toronto ON
Thunderbird Study Club, El Paso TX
Memphis Dental Society, Memphis TN
Ortho2 User Group Meeting, San Diego CA
East Texas Study Club, Bullard TX
To book us for your meeting or study club, click HERE or call us at 888-398-2327.
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How do Serial Embezzlers Get Hired?
This is Unique Wells, although she has used other names. She is currently looking for work in Nevada and Arizona. She has a lengthy criminal record, and several former employers report missing money. You can read about Unique in our Hall of Shame HERE.
Also, you can see her resume, and learn to spot some red flags from it HERE.
This Month’s Question
I just hired someone and then got notice that their wages are garnished. Should I fire them?
It isn’t necessarily an issue, but requires a bit more investigation.
Garnishees can come from a lot of different things — unpaid parking tickets might be an example of something causing a garnishee where there might not be an employment implication. It could also be a financial dispute with an ex-spouse. It could also be an unpaid fine for a criminal conviction, which is obviously more concerning.
It is important for the dentist to understand WHY the employee’s wages are being seized,