Monitor Calls for Review of City's Political Hiring Practices
By Camela Furry in News on Jun 4, 2009 3:40PM
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She told the Tribune she will propose organizing a panel that will “include representatives from her office, the office of Inspector General David Hoffman and from City Hall’s Office of Compliance headed by Anthony Boswell.” The panel would then make recommendations to the mayor’s office.
According to the Tribune, Boswell stated the following in a progress report to the federal court this week:
Human Resources’ “leadership has shown that it lacks a basic understanding of the fundamental requirements of the new hiring plan”, and “This continues to result in numerous incidents of noncompliance and questionable decision-making.”
Brennan summed it all up by saying “The biggest resistance is the resistance to do discipline."