EPS sanctioned 23 employees for omissions at work

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Milorad Grcic, acting director of Elektroprivreda Srbije, has sanctioned 23 employees for omissions at work, which resulted in Serbia’s decline on the Doing Business List of the World Bank and multiple power cuts in the quarters of Kotez and Krnjaca, in Belgrade.

The investigation of the internal control in cooperation with colleagues from ODS EPS distribution showed that some employees were responsible for violating the procedures for issuing permits for connection to the power grid and delays in issuing permits, due to which Serbia, among other things, got a lower rating of the World Bank.

Some were also involved in corruption and criminal charges were filed against them, while some employees were sanctioned for poor results in reducing losses and theft of electricity, it is stated in EPS’s press release.

Based on the results of the investigation, it was proposed to the Supervisory Board of JP EPS, among other things, to dismiss Ljubisa Krunic, director of the ED Center Belgrade, Dragan Jeknic, director of ED Banovo Brdo, Ivan Ilic, director of ED Zemun, Nenad Milosevic, director of the branch Nis, Goran Nikolic , director of branch Vranje, Stevica Cigulov, director of branch Zrenjanin and Borko Golubovic, director of branch Prijepolje.

Source: BIZLife

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