ObamaCare Contractor Paid Employees to Sleep, Play Board Games

Fri May 16, 2014 AT 8:23 AM EDT

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports on Serco, Inc., an ObamaCare contractor operating a facility in suburban St. Louis that paid employees to read books, sleep, and play board games on the job. The company won a five year, $1.2 billion contract last year to process paper ObamaCare applications. But there just wasn’t enough work. Now employees are coming forward to tell their story, and, as Fox reports, lawmakers are demanding an investigation.

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