Open door operation to save the furniture.
Orpea relies on crisis communication.
After the shock wave of the book-investigation
bringing to light mistreatment and major malfunctions in a certain number of its nursing homes, Orpea is now trying to play transparency.
While the storm continues to fall on the French giant of private sector retirement homes, an "open door" operation is organized by the group suspected of institutional mistreatment, embezzlement of public funds, and which is the subject of a series of judicial inquiries opened in April by the Nanterre prosecutor's office.
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Public meetings, in the form of round tables or visits, have been organized since May 13 in around fifty establishments of the group, as announced by its CEO, Philippe Charrier.
Thursday, the eighth meeting of its kind took place at the Le Corbusier nursing home in Boulogne-Billancourt (Hauts-de-Seine), one of the top-of-the-range establishments…
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