|HAMLET HAS TURNED THE ABC INTO PEE-WEE'S PLAYHOUSE|
In a previous post we detailed how tainted ABC Enforcement Director Boyce Hamlet was violating state personnel policies and perhaps breaking state laws by letting his secretary, Milinda Brown, take paid leave to run personal errands.
We discovered that it was not a single isolated event. In fact it appears to be a pattern.
As previously reported on August 14, 2015 Hamlet let Brown take approximately three hours off without requiring her to take annual leave. We know this because Brown did not file a leave request for that date.
On December 2, 2015 Brown told Hamlet she needed to leave an hour early to take her mother on an errand.
As we pointed out in our previous post about Hamlet's and Brown's defrauding the State of Arkansas, Brown's position does not accrue compensatory time so if she wants to take off from work to run errands, she has to take annual leave.
And just like last time, there is no record of Brown filing a leave slip for December 2nd.
Hamlet has no excuse for cheating the state and the citizens of Arkansas by letting his secretary get paid for time that she was not at work, but running personal errands.
Hamlet was required to meet with Carla Wooley-Haugen, with the DFA Office of Administrative Services to review Human Resources Policy and Procedures, including the state's leave policy.
|HAMLET REVIEWED THIS 17 PAGE DOCUMENT ABOUT LEAVE WITH WOOLEY-HAUGEN|
It was a serious mistake for DFA head Larry Walther to appoint Hamlet to head ABC Enforcement and before too long he will regret that decision (hint about an upcoming lawsuit that will blow the roof off the 1515 building).