"It's reasonable, and it's the law." Marilyn Baird of the North Carolina Worker's Rights Center says this isn't the first time Shipman has been late to pay.
Federal auditors investigated Shipman's business in 2011 and say North Carolina should not have paid the facility because they didn't meet federal and state requirements for two years. DHHS Nike Sb T Shirts reviews to date have determined that Shipman Family Care Home owes the state Medicaid agency repayments totaling $2 million. DHHS had attempted to take action placing Shipman on pre payment review status to ensure services were provided in accordance with Medicaid rules before payment. Shipman's attorney obtained a court order against additional review of claims before Nike Trousers For Girls
Bonita Williams has worked for Shipman for eight years.
"I believe she is going to layoff. She hasn't formally come out and said it, but this is what she's saying. You know who can wait? And basically this letter says if you can't wait until the 11th then go to the unemployment office. but that's a joke," said Baird.
"If I file unemployment? My rent is due today. What is unemployment going to do for me? Nothing," said Roderick Foust, employee, Shipman Family Home Care.