Official data show serious discipline for feds is rare, but secret settlements obscure true figures.
One in four federal employees suspended by federal agencies in 2016 had been suspended before, according to a new review, which suggested an array of best practices for agencies to reduce misconduct in the workplace...
The review examined misconduct issues rather than poor performance. GAO cited as examples of misconduct “time and attendance infractions; intoxication; workplace violence; physical aggression toward an employee; improper use of a government-issued credit card; misuse of government equipment (such as viewing pornography or gambling); use of public position for private gain; and behavior that affects national security.”
Posted from my blog with SteemPress : http://truists.org/one-quarter-of-suspended-feds-have-been-suspended-before/