Dozens of hospital employees Naples suspected of dereliction of duty
A group of 94 employees of a hospital in the Italian city of Naples are suspected of dereliction of duty on a large scale, reports the police Friday.
Of the suspects in the Loreto Mare hospital worked are 55 placed under house arrest. Two employees were caught on the clock on of twenty employees per day in order to make it seem as if that still worked.
The possible losses that result in, five years ago, would be about 800,000 euro amounts, reports to the public prosecutor Alfonso D’Avino.
Justieie also made other cases of dereliction of duty in the hospital. One of the 94 suspects, is a leader who instead of his job at the hospital to carry out worked as a chef in a hotel.
There was also a doctor service, which was supposed to have seen while he tennis was playing and was shopping. Others are suspected to be also in private clinics to work while they are in the hospital, had to work.
To the arrests was an investigation of two years in advance, reports La Repubblica.
In the Italian public sector is a breach of duty is a big problem. The Italian government announced in 2016 measures to get people faster to be able to suspend as it is examined whether they are aware not their work.