Monday, January 11, 2016
Allentown Crime Analyst Hired For NorCo HR
Late Sunday afternoon*, Trapp announced her first real hire. Michael Twining, currently a crime analyst in Allentown, has been named her Deputy Director. His focus will be operations and technology.
"Our goal is to streamline services and processes to the field," she explained. "This will allow Human Resources to assist managers and employees as well as find ways for HR to reduce paperwork and maximize organizational efficiency and support."
Trapp stole Twining from Allentown, where she was once HR Director. I just hope she doesn't hire Fed Ed.
A 2003 grad of DeSales, Twining spent nearly five years in the U.S. Army as an M.P. In 2003, he was hired as Allentown's 911 training coordinator in Allentown. For the past six years, he's been a crime analyst. He has represented nonunion workers in Alentown, and spoke on Trap's behalf at her confirmation hearing.
Twining's salary is in the mid '70s, about $10,000 less than the person he replaced. He is an "at will" hire, meaning he serves at the pleasure of the Executive.
I looked for dirt on this guy, as is my habit. I discovered he's a Bills' fan, so he obviously has deep-seated mental issues .
* Yes, that is late Sunday afternoon, to those of you who call public sector workers lazy goldbrickers.