Heard informally that, again, at least some Glen Rose Medical Center employees have largely not been paid on time this week. I recall a previous meeting a month or so ago in which Becky Whitsitt indicated that this would happen more than once. My question is, can employees really afford to have their hours cut back, to be sent home without meeting a 40 hour standard, and then not get paid? I would guess that most people are not rich; what about those that live paycheck to paycheck, have families to support, perhaps are single parents?
I also wonder, is there any way that items taken out of paychecks for, say, 401k, insurance, etc are not actually being paid to the appropriate entity? Has anyone had their insurance cancelled? I noticed in the auditing report for this year that on at least 3 occasions, employees had 403(b) money taken out of their check, but then it wasn't remitted to the 403(b) plan. Did this constitute a Department of Labor violation? Is it still going on?
If you work there and this is still going on, feel free to post an anonymous comment or send an anonymous email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the last special meeting, Pat Bruce, one of Somervell County Hospital Board members, asked Ray Reynolds about layoffs.
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