Monday, July 31, 2017

Arrest Lois Lerner

The IRS seems to be in a constant state of administrative shambles.  Former IRS employees fired for falsifying documents, illegally accessing taxpayer information, and a range of other conduct, ethics, and legal issues are being rehired by the same agency that fired them.  This rehiring reportedly occurs despite flags and notes on the former-employee’s personnel file.

The IRS claims that it’s too “cost prohibitive” to verify that the employees they hire had not already been fired by the agency.

You can’t make this stuff up.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I concur on Lois, but did the genius HR gurus consider ASKING their applicants? Failure to reply truthfully could result in jail time, no?

Why do you keep hitting yourself with a hammer?

Because it feels so good when I stop.


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