Yes, this makes perfect sense.There are cases discussed in cafe daily, by multiple different people. Hospital does not educate of reprimand until this episode, can lack of consistency be brought up.Also a documented Hipaa infraction against a manager, and reported to JACHO, then covered up by HR director, with documentation available from person who reported it-could that be brought up as an example of non-consistency & example set in the hospital ? Also- I, as an employee had confidential info compromised,which I felt uncomfortable about, but did not act on it, due to it would jeopardize my employment & it was a typical set standard by this particular hospital . I'm asking if tit for tat & the standard example set by hosp & lack of education on hospital part, & inconsistencies of discipline, may be used in unemployment hearing? You are correct in hospital covering butt though
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