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Susan Montee, CPA
Missouri State Auditor
auditor.mo.gov
 City of St. LouisDepartment of Personnel
September 2008Report No. 2008-59
 
Office of 
September 2008
 
Missouri State AuditorSusan Montee, CPA
 The following findings were included in our audit report on the City of St. LouisDepartment of Personnel.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The City of St. Louis Department of Personnel is responsible for providing all humanresource management functions for the city's civil service employees. The city of St.Louis employs approximately 7,250 people of which 4,500 are considered civil serviceemployees. The Director of Personnel is Richard Frank.The Acting Director of the Department of Health was given a one time payment of $7,727in September 2007 and the Public Information Manager of the Department of Health wasgiven a one time payment of $6,864 in August 2007. Both payments representapproximately 10 percent of the employee’s gross income for that year. The cityindicated the payments were authorized under the compensation ordinance. The cityindicated that these employees performed extra duties on a temporary basis due to vacantpositions; however, there was not adequate supporting documentation showing additionalwork.Of the two employees that did receive payments, one’s timesheet indicated extra hourswhile the other's did not and one employee had a letter supporting the payment and onedid not. The documentation provided does not support the one-time lump sum paymentsmade. In addition, there could be more employees being required to fulfill additional jobduties due to vacancies without additional compensation.The Department of Personnel established a wellness program for use by city employees.The department does not have a written policy concerning the participation of employeesin the wellness program, does not track the total costs of such a program, and has notperformed an analysis of the costs versus the benefits of such a program.
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CITY OF ST. LOUISDEPARTMENT OF PERSONNELTABLE OF CONTENTS Page STATE AUDITOR'S REPORT...................................................................................................1-3MANAGEMENT ADVISORY REPORT - STATE AUDITOR'S FINDINGS.........................4-8Number Description 1. Incentive Payments......................................................................................52. Wellness Program........................................................................................7HISTORY AND ORGANIZATION.........................................................................................9-11-i-

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