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More workers sacked in relation to sick sheet scam

More workers sacked in relation to sick sheet scam

Wednesday 15/02/2012
Another 56 workers of the Ministry of Works, Transport and Public Utilities were sacked yesterday after their involvement in a sick sheet scam.

Permanent Secretary for Works Commander Francis Kean said they have taken the step after analyzing all the evidence and seeking the advice of the Public Service Commission and the Solicitor General’s Office.  

The 56 workers went home yesterday after the earlier sacking of 58 workers in December in relation to a similar sick sheet scam.

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