Leningrad Region: acting school director jobs spouse into six posts
According to the documents, the director’s husband was busy with work 22 hours a day.
The acting director of the Ushakinskaya School of Tosnensky District, the Leningrad Region, fixed her husband up for six jobs at once: a janitor, guard, physics teacher, computer lab technician, head of a robotics and video editing project groups. According to the documents, the husband worked all the necessary hours, but in that case he had to fulfill his duties 22 hours a day. The prosecutor's office initiated a criminal case of official forgery (part 1 of Article 292).
The posts of the janitor and janitor implied an 8-hour working day, while the teaching rates – 30 working hours per week. The prosecutor's office considered this impossible and suspected that the man was holding certain positions only nominally despite receiving salaries for each of them.
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