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Help please – allegations of corruption in Labour Department

February 15, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

From James

People if you’re serious about fighting corruption, I am one person who’d like to see this disease killed.

I’d like to report that certain people within the Labour HR Department are cashing in on some one’s pay check when that person is no longer employed anymore with that Department.

This is how it works – the former employee has either resigned or left his job for another better paid job outside, his or her name is still maintained on the government payroll so fortnightly this pay check is sent to the HR dept who then holds onto this check and officers who are aware of this then pick up these pay checks and cash them at any asian shops accepting these checks.

As you can see this is clear daylight robbery of peoples money.

I personally know one officer who is doing this business currently.

How can I report this person – anyone out there can provide me with a phone number to contact and give information?

  1. JUDY
    February 16, 2012 at 12:46 am

    Those that do such hideous practises must have a disease or must be suffering from a abnormal or unbalanced mind;better still they have mental deficiency and are retarded.How can they get away with such daylight robbery?

  2. Jackie
    February 16, 2012 at 9:54 am

    How come these former staff members names are still on the payroll? Why isn’t it always updated? I guess somewhere along the line, these people are not doing their jobs and still getting paid for it… That is exactly why public servants are thought of to have the worst ever work ethics, even though a few minority really do their work and are dedicated to their jobs.. This is seriously a disease, and it really needs attention.

  3. February 16, 2012 at 1:08 pm

    Hey why not this person try call crime stoppers. I wonder if they would help. But its worth trying..For information sake they come on EmMTV before EM TV news at 6pm every day.

  4. Name and Shame them
    February 16, 2012 at 6:41 pm

    I don’t understand why you don’t NAME AND SHAME right here on pngscape. Give their names out here as well as the dead person’s name. Then led it spread from here to the appropriate authorities.

    The longer this keeps under wraps, the more likely they’ll get away with more and more money. You don’t have weeks to make a decision. You need to take action NOW.

  5. Las Island
    February 16, 2012 at 9:15 pm

    One stomach stays…you traim na putim nem blong ol culprits wok long wokim olsem, tis should be a starting point for all to see. Nogut yu yet yu stap insait long system?????

  6. Jonathan.O'ata
    February 17, 2012 at 3:09 pm

    Just name the cuplrit and join the whistel blowers” Club…..We need to be more vigilnt in these days…

  7. james
    February 17, 2012 at 3:30 pm

    Ol wantok, appreciate your comments and yes I would very much like to put names out here but first if anyone knows an agency that fights this kind of corruption I’d first call and report this activity to be investigated. Why I have put this out is for everyone of us to see this opened can of worms working its routine feeding off our peoples money who are quitely suffering at village levels.

    I challenge you if you’re concerned why not do your own investigation into this and find out where pay checks raised for ghost names and who is getting paid and who actually is collecting them

    When i say ‘ghost name’ I mean the person is no longer working with the govnmt but is on the payroll and up until now someone else is cashing on this checks

  8. Anti-Corrupt
    February 29, 2012 at 10:07 am

    Why not seek advise from TIPNGs Advocacy & Legal Advice Centre – they deal and assist with corruption-related complaints.
    The toll Free hotline numbers are: 76014635 & 76014636.. Maybe something can be done to assist along those lines…

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