Letter: Severance pay should have gone toward client services
Having had the pleasure of working for over 30 years through my employer with a local organization that serves physically and developmentally challenged adults, the thought that four Cardinal Innovations leaders directed $3.8 million “saved through efficiencies” to their own pockets strikes me as unconscionable and the height of greed.
The dedicated staff who work with these fine clients view their work as a ministry and they all do an outstanding job serving the local business community. Any money made available through administrative efficiency should have been plowed back into the system to serve more families and clients, who through no fault of their own find themselves consumers relying on such apparently unscrupulous people.
The four executives and those who allowed them to pull off this scam should consider themselves lucky if by repaying the money, they get by without being held legally responsible, which they should be.
— Tim Deal
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