I guarantee this high school senior's a better driver than you.
A report by the Office of the D.C. Auditor reveals that overtime work by D.C. public employees has increased from $40.5 million in 2011 to $108.2 million in 2017. The city auditor warned that heavy reliance on overtime can create the risk of fraud and put a strain on employees. Kojo discusses the details of the report and whether the city can cut down on overtime.
- Ventris C. Gibson Director of the D.C. Department of Human Resources
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