It’s Nearly Impossible To Get Fired At The IRS For Tax Evasion

More than 99 percent of the thousands of IRS employees investigated for violating federal tax laws in the last five years avoided termination and continued enforcing other Americans’ tax collections, according to an analysis by The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Investigative Group. The IRS fired only 74 of 9,176 workers investigated for tax noncompliance from October…

2 Responses to It’s Nearly Impossible To Get Fired At The IRS For Tax Evasion

  1. William Hicks February 14, 2017 at 2:33 pm

    The reason why it’s so hard to fire them is because there are some lazy supervisors working in the IRS.

  2. William Hicks February 14, 2017 at 2:31 pm

    They said the same thing about School District Employee’s, but I proved them wrong. For cause, you can fire a person working in the public sector. It takes effort and patience because you have to prove cause and be willing to face off with a shop steward.

    All of it starts with a pre-employment interview that states what are the causes for a disciplinary action. Make the employee sign and date documentation that they know all the aspects of their employment. Then be gradual in the first incident unless it is blatant and serious. When they can’t improve their work habits, you have cause to separate them from employment. It takes time, but it’s worth it. Once you’ve shown that there are rules to be kept, all the other employee’s improve their work habits.


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