Chemical Board Settles with Managing Director After Three-Year Paid Leave

From: Government Executive

“Just a day before a scheduled three-day civil service court hearing, the Chemical Safety Board on Wednesday settled its dispute with fired managing director Daniel Horowitz, who had spent three years on paid administrative leave after contesting his dismissal. Given Horowitz’s salary of $161,900, his paid leave cost the government some $485,700.”

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