Earlier this year, Nicholas M. Auletta, Summit Vice President, U.S. Army veteran of the Iraq war, and Member of the Board of Directors for the not-for-profit Heroes to Heroes Foundation, led a journey to Israel with 10 U.S. 423 more words
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MINEOLA, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – More than a dozen cases of welfare fraud have been uncovered in Nassau County.
The county’s Department of Social Services Office of Investigations recently caught 13 people trying to cheat the system out of hundreds of thousands of dollars, officials announced Monday. 143 more words
Twelve Long Islanders stole more than $370,000 in Medicaid benefits, food stamps and other public-assistance aid, Nassau County prosecutors said Thursday.
The twelve — 11 from Nassau and one from Suffolk — have been arrested on multiple charges, including grand larceny and welfare fraud, according to a news release from the office of District Attorney Kathleen Rice. 1,073 more words
Linda Piacentini, Summit’s Vice President of Human Resources, was quoted in a March 26, 2013, Newsday article, “Small Business: Valuable Exit Interviews,” which presented a strong case for conducting exit interviews of departing employees. 61 more words