No wonder the lines are so long.
A worker from the California Department of Motor Vehicles dozed off for four years for three hours a day – and all of this on the clock – cost the taxpayer more than $ 40,000, the state accountant announced in a new report
Surprisingly, it failed the directors of the DMV despite the complaint of several fat employees, disciplinary measures against the unnamed Snoozer – who is still employed by the agency.
That's because the officials "only" thought the woman. missed 20 to 30 minutes of work a day – although she "woke up three to four times a day," the report said.
But their investigation revealed something else.
"From February 201
" We believe the employee probably slept at least three hours a day. "
If the key data operator was not slumbering at her desk, she was suffering from her duties, auditors stated.  The job requires "routine data entry for address changes and forms for new vehicle owners." Operators are expected to average 560 documents a day, but the somnolent employees typically churned up just 200, selfishly leaving their fellow counterparts to the lots
The sleeper physician requested special accommodations for her in January 2017 and the agency found that even with the siestas, she might "still do all her duties."
DMV staff are currently considering how they continue with the employees and their superiors who still work there, according to Fox News.
This case is one of 1,481 cases of "improper state icher ac The California State Audit Office has been investigating over the past year.