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Workers at Obamacare Contractor Falling Asleep At Desks, Playing Pictionary

Obamacare Serco scandal continues to grow as another whistleblower comes forward

BY:  Washington Free Beacon Staff
May 15, 2014 9:04 am

Another former worker for the Obamacare contractor Serco has come forward with allegations she quit because there was no work for anyone to do, KMOV reports.

KMOV reporter Chris Nagus first broke the story earlier this week revealing Data Entry employees at Serco processing paper Obamacare applications have virtually no work to do. The federal government awarded Serco an over $1 billion Obamacare contract.

“You arrive at 6:30 in the morning you badge in, you go straight to your cubicle, you wait and wait and you wait, nothing comes through,” the former employee named Lavonne said. “I think for the entire month of December I processed six applications and that was pretty good.”

According to Lavonne, employees passed the time by falling asleep at their desks, playing pictionary, 20 questions, and “what you did in 1989.” “You could be completely sane and work there for seven months and leave there and want to check yourself into a mental hospital it was that bad,” she told KMOV.
« Last Edit: May 16, 2014, 06:26:03 AM by rangerrebew »
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