bonuses, dereliction of duty, federal employees, Government corruption, government incompetency, Labor unions, Neglect, Veterans Administration
Independent Sentinel by S. Noble
Almost two-thirds of 1.6 million civilian full-time federal employees receive merit bonuses. Agency officials claim it’s to attract talent but it’s really just another union giveaway. They are being rewarded for merely showing up to work. They haven’t brought in new clients, sold more products, or improved productivity. They’ve appeared.
There is no way 60% of the government employees excel to the point of earning bonuses. It’s just not possible.
The VA paid out $143 million in performance bonuses to employees in 2014 — even though several of them were under investigation or accused of mismanagement, according to Jeff Miller, Chair of the House Veterans Affairs Committee where the information was collected[…]
Click Here To Read The Rest of: $143 Million in Bonuses at the VA, Even for Some Under Investigation
We have these blasted dog and pony shows and STILL NOTHING CHANGES with the VA except that even more veterans are being neglected and dying. Talk about a dereliction of duty – when is enough TOO MUCH?
How about Congress, Veterans Administration employees and federal workers as a whole receiving the same benefits, medical treatment and lack thereof as is being doled out to our vets. Moreover, eliminate all incentives and bonuses. Would things change then?
R.S. HELMS said:
Reblogged this on Bob's Opinion and commented:
This type of post needs to go viral every day until the VA starts to care about the Veterans more than their bonuses… Good Post and thank you for the information.