double dipping faye at mcdc
actually

Duluth, GA

#21 Apr 12, 2013
question wrote:
How can Faye be working at MCDC now when she has already retired? Isn't that "double dipping" from the County? I heard she wasn't suppose to be working over 16 hours a week due to her previous retirement. Since the County is broke and the deputies are grossly underpaid I think this should be investigated. I know state and federal employees are not allowed to double dip. I think it is very suspicious. Not to mention all of the other unsavory things she is doing up there.
State government employees can double dip. They have to wait one month after retirement before they can reapply for another (and sometimes the same) position.
im sorry

United States

#22 Apr 12, 2013
actually wrote:
<quoted text>State government employees can double dip. They have to wait one month after retirement before they can reapply for another (and sometimes the same) position.
But you are wrong. They are not allowed to. Hence the term "double dipping."
Real Truth-T

Mason, OH

#23 Apr 12, 2013
Idiots.

When a person retires they are merely changing the status of their investments. It does not require them to go home and sit on a couch.

The fact is, "Retirement" maybe a a financial necessity by a certain date due to changing programs, regulations and tax laws. It by no means they are a poor/bad worker or are too old to contribute to a organization.

They worked to pay into the account(s) and it is theirs (yes, they earned it) to decide when and how to best use it.

If they chose apply back to their previous employer, or a similar job some other place it is no one's business but theirs and the organization that is hiring them.

I love reading forums on this topic. As I am POSITIVE that the people belly aching about this would be the first people to cry if someone told them when, where, why and how they could retire or work......

Like I said... idiots....
Of Course

Richmond, KY

#24 Apr 12, 2013
Dumbass, it is an employer match pension. If you haven't paid attention lately, the pension in question is billions in the hole. It has also been plagued by corruption in recent years. The legislature addressed it this session and all kinds of screw the public tax ideas were floatednto prop it up. Luckily, all they did was change it so that new entrants to the state and county retirement system will be on a plan that is more like a 401k. They did change the double dip rules so that recent retirees have to wait two years to work and draw at the same time, it used to be 90 days. Faye was legal when she came back and is also legal now, unfortunately. I and many others think the double dip people are stealing because returning retirees usually get plumb jobs and don't do shit, but by law they are legal. I guess you gt what you vote for in a democrat controlled state and none of this will matter until you have to use the yuan at Wal-Mart to buy shit.
Real Truth-T

Mason, OH

#25 Apr 12, 2013
LOL... Like any of that was the employee's choice.

A. Doesn't matter of it is a match. The employee worked to earn those benefits.
B. Pension plan is in the hole. Not the employee's doing. In fact, that is one more reason why a retiree might want to work after retiring as pension plans do collapse.
c. Rule changes also pertain to, if you do not retire now, the retiree may lose significant aspect of their benefits.
D. 401Ks can also have employer matches, even in the private sector.. so what
E. "returning retirees usually get plumb jobs and don't do shit" - If that is your gripe, then your gripe is with the person who hired them, not the employee

Do want to more to an age discrimination based society where someone is going to TELL YOU when, where and how to retire and where/if you're "Allowed" to work.

I didn't think so....
well....

Plano, TX

#26 Apr 12, 2013
Real Truth-T wrote:
LOL... Like any of that was the employee's choice.

A. Doesn't matter of it is a match. The employee worked to earn those benefits.
B. Pension plan is in the hole. Not the employee's doing. In fact, that is one more reason why a retiree might want to work after retiring as pension plans do collapse.
c. Rule changes also pertain to, if you do not retire now, the retiree may lose significant aspect of their benefits.
D. 401Ks can also have employer matches, even in the private sector.. so what
E. "returning retirees usually get plumb jobs and don't do shit" - If that is your gripe, then your gripe is with the person who hired them, not the employee

Do want to more to an age discrimination based society where someone is going to TELL YOU when, where and how to retire and where/if you're "Allowed" to work.

I didn't think so....
It depends on the branch of government you work for... And Faye works work the County not the state and has put in far more than 90 days or 16 hours a week and is costing the county tons of money while she continues to protect friends and family that stroll through there and does not give proper benefits to regular inmates. So, anyway you put it she is wrong and there is a problem.
Real Truth-T

Mason, OH

#27 Apr 13, 2013
[QUOTE who="well...."]<q uoted text>
It depends on the branch of government you work for... And Faye works work the County not the state and has put in far more than 90 days or 16 hours a week and is costing the county tons of money while she continues to protect friends and family that stroll through there and does not give proper benefits to regular inmates. So, anyway you put it she is wrong and there is a problem.[/QUOTE]

None of that has anything to do with her pay or pension. If...IF... what you say is accurate then the problem is above her. It is her supervisors and other aspects of the system that are supposed to oversee these issues. If she was not retired and rehired would this be any more acceptable? I doubt it....

There are 1000s of retired people out there... rehired for their skills that bring a lot of great things to the table. Don't assume they are all lazy "double dippers". With a young generation of 20 somethings living in their parent's basements, and the baby boomers looking to retire, this is going to be more common.
vote doug out

Richmond, KY

#28 Apr 17, 2013
vote doug out then faye will be out to. I bet that volunteer time is paid by cash from some maybe commissary fund I don't know but I know she aint working for free. she just bought a house last year gotta pay for that.
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Duluth, GA

#29 Apr 17, 2013
Real Truth-T wrote:
[QUOTE who="well...."]<q uoted text>
It depends on the branch of government you work for... And Faye works work the County not the state and has put in far more than 90 days or 16 hours a week and is costing the county tons of money while she continues to protect friends and family that stroll through there and does not give proper benefits to regular inmates. So, anyway you put it she is wrong and there is a problem. "

None of that has anything to do with her pay or pension. If...IF... what you say is accurate then the problem is above her. It is her supervisors and other aspects of the system that are supposed to oversee these issues. If she was not retired and rehired would this be any more acceptable? I doubt it....

There are 1000s of retired people out there... rehired for their skills that bring a lot of great things to the table. Don't assume they are all lazy "double dippers". With a young generation of 20 somethings living in their parent's basements, and the baby boomers looking to retire, this is going to be more common.
I don't believe I ever said all other people were lazy. You are obviously taking this personally. I am talking about one woman who is taking advantage of the system and the tax payers money. One individual who is taking misusing her power and mistreating the people who work for her as well as the inmates she oversees. All while she is getting paid an inflated salary that she is not entitled to.
Real Truth-T

Mason, OH

#30 Apr 17, 2013
[QUOTE who="?"]<quoted text>
I don't believe I ever said all other people were lazy. You are obviously taking this personally. I am talking about one woman who is taking advantage of the system and the tax payers money. One individual who is taking misusing her power and mistreating the people who work for her as well as the inmates she oversees. All while she is getting paid an inflated salary that she is not entitled to.[/QUOTE]

What is one to think? The conversation was about being retired and "double-dipping" and how this lady is taking advantage of the system etc... If you're gripe is with her... it is with her. Drawing a wage after retiring is ethical, legitimate and legal. Many retired people work after they retire.

So harping about what people call, "double-dipping" when the issue has nothing to do with pay, but a person's personal conduct, does get a few of us a little wound up as that generalization lumps hard working people in with this person.
vote doug out

Richmond, KY

#31 Apr 18, 2013
VOTE DOUG OUT AND FAYE WILL LEAVE
vote doug out

Richmond, KY

#33 Apr 19, 2013
Gotta get doug and faye outta there.
just me

Richmond, KY

#34 Apr 19, 2013
I just wish all you people would learn how to spell. Omg.
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Duluth, GA

#35 Apr 20, 2013
just me wrote:
I just wish all you people would learn how to spell. Omg.
What are you talking about? Your grammar sucks!
DUH

Frankfort, KY

#36 Apr 21, 2013
It's called CERS retirement which is through the state retirement system!
[QUOTE who="well...."]<q uoted text>
It depends on the branch of government you work for... And Faye works work the County not the state and has put in far more than 90 days or 16 hours a week and is costing the county tons of money while she continues to protect friends and family that stroll through there and does not give proper benefits to regular inmates. So, anyway you put it she is wrong and there is a problem.[/QUOTE]
DUH

Frankfort, KY

#37 Apr 21, 2013
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Duluth, GA

#38 Apr 21, 2013
DUH wrote:
https://kyret.ky.gov/index.php /employees/types_of_credit
Brilliant. She works for the county, not the state and no one is talking to you or about you. We are talking about one person abusing the counties money. Sounds to me like you feel guilty? Get a grip!
Real Truth-T

Mason, OH

#39 Apr 21, 2013
You don't have to work specifically for the state to pay into a state based (public employee) retirement system.

If someone is going to bring up "double dipping" well, that eludes to the retirement system they pay into.... They thread started with that as part of the topic.
DUH

Frankfort, KY

#40 Apr 21, 2013
You are the only one feeling guilty!
[QUOTE who="?"]<quoted text>
Brilliant. She works for the county, not the state and no one is talking to you or about you. We are talking about one person abusing the counties money. Sounds to me like you feel guilty? Get a grip![/QUOTE]
vote doug out

Richmond, KY

#41 Apr 22, 2013
"if you build it they will come"
"vote doug out and faye will leave"

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