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Business Ethics in the News Article 3 – Allison Ensz St. Francis school flex-plan worker charged in $120,000 theft Rachel Heinen, a human resources worker for the St. Francis School board was caught for embezzling over $120,000 over a two year period from a flexible health savings plan she ran for the district employees. Heinen cashed over 120 health plan checks after they switched to an electronic system. This had been going on for over two years.
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Unformatted text preview: Many were furious because they wanted to know what took so long to bring her theft into light. Others were mad because they donated money to her during a recent family tragedy (house fire). The ethical issue being discussed here is fraud and embezzling. She was trusted with hundreds of thousands of dollars to help care for others. It raises the question why there was not more than one person monitoring that large amount of money....
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2011 for the course ETHICS 101 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '11 term at North Park University.

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