I am a doctor with a Medical Spa and have recently learned one of my laser technicians/medical aestheticians, who is known in the industry as the typical shady saleswoman, has been giving her personal number out to my clients, has offered services with my equipment to benefit her, and has offered services at her home (for minor aesthetician services but which we make a lot of money on).
Obviously I am going to dismiss her effective immediately, as present she is away so I have the luxury of a few days to think this out. My fear is how many client files she may have accessed to appropriate our clients for herself. I do not want to take "legal action" per se but I do want her to know that it exists and I am willing to use it.
Please advise and advise how best to handle her upon discharge of duties. She does have a key she will need to return.
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