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Dirty Little Secrets Of The Secret Service

Posted in Employee Misconduct
The secret is out on the Secret Service. The sex scandal involving 11 Secret Service agents, 2 of which are supervisors, and 10 military personnel surfaced when a dispute over payment of a Columbian prostitute resulted in a call to Cartagena police, who then contacted the U.S. Embassy, and the story went viral from there. … Continue Reading

Employee Misconduct Is Not Always Easy To Detect

Posted in Employee Misconduct
There are many different types of employee misconduct from insubordination to abuse of sick leave. Some employee misconduct is obvious. Insubordination is easy to uncover, because it doesn’t involve deceit, it involves an employee intentionally disobeying a superior. Earlier this year, Britain’s Home Office UK Border Agency fired an immigration officer who used his security … Continue Reading