"The lawsuit, which stems from a statewide investigation into the agency's employment practices since June 2008, alleges that supervisors instruct employees not to record all hours they work, that payroll records are not kept, and that the nonpayment of overtime is continuing."
"CPS denied the allegations..."
That's about $1200 for each worker. This is the best part. "...including commissions, bonuses and incentive pay"
Commissions, bonuses and incentive pay for what? Taking children, putting them in foster care and then adoption? The more the merrier? How would they get commissions, bonuses and incentive pay if not?
One question... If say, a social worker comes by your house at about 7PM and forcefully takes your kids and he is not getting paid, would that meen he would not be working in an official capacity? Wouldn't he just be another joe blow kidnapping kids?
Would CPS (OCS) have employment records that would prove he was "on duty" at that time?
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