A New CEO at San Luis Obispo’s Assisted Senior Living Facility

 

Farron Bernhardt takes over as the new CEO of The Manse on Marsh facility in downtown San Luis Obispo. Farron brings with himself more than three decades of experience in senior housing leadership positions which included being the Vice President of Assisted Living for Nevada Housing and Neighborhood Development (HAND).

Speaking of his appointment, Farron Bernhardt said that the reason families choose the Manse on Marsh facility because of its commitment to providing a vibrant, life enrichment experience and care to its members. Farron added that he was committed to ensuring that The Manse sets a standard of excellence in senior care across the country. Chris Skiff was more than happy at Farron Bernhardt’s appointment as the CEO of the facility and said that his addition to the team is another visible commitment the group has made to excel as a senior care living facility and that he was looking forward to the innovative enhancements Farron and his team would bring to the place.

The Manse was recently accredited with the “Best of 2016” award by Senioradvisor.com placing the senior living facility among the top 1% of the senior care providers across the nation.

About The Manse on Marsh

The Manse has been at the forefront of providing a healthy, secure and supportive environment for seniors. The Manse is a unique, independent and assisted living facility offering a range of luxurious facility and amenities within its premises which includes entertainment facilities like Cable TV, Wi-Fi connectivity, choice of various kinds of apartments, social and communal activities, medical care and so on. Started by Chris Skiff, the Manse facility has more than 15 years of experience in catering seniors.

The Manse has also been the recipient of many awards since its inception with awards like the Best Retirement Community Award in 2003 & 2004, Outstanding Contributions Award in 2007and Certificate of Recognition in 2006. With a wide variety of activities and services to choose from, The Manse makes for the perfect living place for seniors.  Caring.com lists all of the awards that The Manse on Marsh has won to date.

Everything There Is To Know About The SEC Whistleblower Program

A higher number of individuals who hold valuable information about the anomalies in diverse forms of securities have found their voice and are informing the authorities regarding the law violators as whistleblowers for the United States’ Security and Exchange Commission (SEC).

The Dodd-Frank Act

The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, which is better known as the Dodd-Frank Act, is a legislation passed by the US Congress in 2010 with the intention of encouraging more citizens or corporate employees to come out and speak up in the event that they have solid evidence(s) that can demonstrate that a certain high-profile person has committed a huge financial violation.

Incentives of Becoming An SEC Whistleblower

Should a man choose to divulge key facts concerning the financial irregularities taking place in the company that he is working for, he will be put under the SEC Whistleblower Program that will ensure his safety. The main advantage of remaining within the said program is that the offenders or their alliances will not have a chance to react rather harshly against the informer.

This person can also receive monetary reward, as being in such a complex situation will prevent the person from assuming a regular job post while the final verdict has not been made. The typical amount that whistleblowers get is between 10 and 30 percent of the total sum gathered after the ruling. In case various groups have pledged to give fiscal remuneration once the defendant(s) is/are proven guilty, the informant may collect them too.

Protecting the Informer

Having an SEC Whistleblower attorney entails that the informer can deliver his statement and present any documentation through the lawyer without needing to be in attendance in the court. This is an acceptable action, specifically if the individual wishes to keep his identity concealed to further protect himself from the possible consequences of unearthing scandalous financial anomalies in the corporate world.

Among the initial firms that have adapted the practice of offering a SEC Whistleblower lawyer to informers is the Labaton Sucharow. The law firm encompasses a group of professionals in the field of financial analysis, accounting, and investigation who can represent the whistleblower stably. A previous Assistant Chief Litigation Counsel and Assistant Director in the SEC’s Division of Enforcement, Jordan A. Thomas, is on top of this company.