COLUMBUS, Ohio (WDTN) – The Miami Valley Juvenile Rehabilitation Center is being accused of payroll inconsistencies according to a report issued from the Ohio Inspector General Thursday.
The report indicates the center paid employees who were not working, or failed to reduce accumulated leave-time balances for employees who were being paid while on a leave of absence.
The inspector general’s reviewed payroll records over a 4-year period and questioned more than 3,500 hours of payroll time poorly documented, or involved leave described by administrators as “incentive pay.”
The analysis also identified an additional 512 hours of leave time taken by employees without a reduction to their accumulated leave-time balances.
The payroll cost equivalent has a value of almost $70,000.
Ohio Inspector General Report of Investigation file number 2013-CA00065 is now available at: http://watchdog.ohio.gov/Investigations/2014Investigations.aspx.