The IRS has to tighten up its procedures for employee time off

Federal leave and time off policies can get mighty complicated. At the I-RS, both managers and line employees have had trouble sticking to procedures for family and medical leave act leave. And for absence without leave. Enough so that the commissioner asked the Treasury inspector general for tax administration to look into it. For what they found, the director of TIGTA’s management and exempt organization business unit, Carl Aley.