Employee terminated for forging superior's signature on an official document

Employee terminated for forging superior's signature on an official document Dep't of Education v. Bermel (in PDF) – OATH Index No. 1332/11 A custodian was charged with forging a principal's signature on an annual operation plan for cleaning a City school. OATH Administrative Law Judge John Spooner found that testimony from the principal and from a Department official proved the forgery and that the custodian filed the plan without permitting the principal to review it. The NYC Chancellor of Education adopted Judge Spooner's recommended that the individual be dismissed.

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