Yes, it was for a job interview.
And yes, he was
reported. I'm not sure if he was penalized in any way ($$$?), but she did
get the job. Coincidence? You can be the judge.
She only worked there for three and a half months, as the work environment was "bizarre and unbelievably unprofessional", ad verbatim from her. I am talking about an accredited health professional. This is scary.
Like corporate/chain stores have mystery shoppers there should be "mystery potential patients" and to a a lesser degree in frequency, "mystery potential employees" for all plastic surgeons. Regardless of a surgeons' "pull"
, and credentials (more like $$$)
, someone needs to regulate erratic, unnecessary, and unethical practices.