Employee paid nearly half a million for doing nothing

Employee paid nearly half a million for doing nothing

Not for the first time, an employee has been caught out being paid by a former employee for doing nothing.

Bosko Herman, a French civil servant based in Sainte-Savine, eastern France, has been essentially receiving jobseekers allowance, to the tune of £450,000 (over £3,000 a month), by his former employer – The Independent reports.

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Comments (1)

  • John
    Wed, 19 Oct 2016 12:47pm BST
    It would never happen in the private sector. Typical civil service attitude

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