Oct 142009
 October 14, 2009  Posted by  Breaches, Govt, U.S., Workplace

Bozeman city leaders have decided to suspend City Manager Chris Kukulski over former hiring practices that asked applicants for login and password information to social networking sites.

City commissioners went into executive session before announcing their decision that Kukulski will be suspended for one week sometime in the next 30 days.

The city manager said that other employees will be punished, but the details surrounding the disciplinary action will most likely remain private.

Read more on Montana’s News Station.

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