Audit: Clemson public service execs not evaluated
Aug 4, 2011 10:55:00 AM - thestate.com
The Legislative Audit Council says top officials of Clemson's Public Service Activities program have received raises in the past few years, even though most of them have not had formal job performance evaluations.
The audit released Thursday shows the performances of 19 of 20 executives making more than $62,000 annually had not been formally evaluated in the past five years.
Clemson says it will formalize the review process.
The audit also found the agency could save up to $1 million a year by turning over its program that inspects meat and poultry plants to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Both Clemson and the USDA conduct inspections.
Clemson says the state meat inspection program has been required by the General Assembly.
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