Report I2010-2 Recommendation 19 Responses
Report I2010-2: Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: Delay in Reassigning an Incompetent Psychiatrist, Misuse of State Resources, Failure to Protect the Security of Confidential Documents, Theft of Registration Fees, and Other Violations of State Law (Release Date: January 2011)
Case Number I2008-0820
Recommendation #19 To: Corrections and Rehabilitation, Department of
Evaluate the employee's position, duties, and workload to determine how best to avoid the waste of state time in the future. For example, an earlier start time might allow the employee to make deliveries throughout his entire shift. Other options might include converting the position to part-time or assigning other tasks to the employee for the last two hours of his shift.
Agency Response From November 2010
Corrections reported that the facility's business manager reiterated to staff the expectation that employees should report to a supervisor when they have completed tasks or duties to receive new assignments. In addition, Corrections stated that it had revised the employee's duty statement to include additional duties consistent with State Personnel Board guidelines and that it had changed the employee's work schedule to an earlier start time.