The general director of the Geneva Home Care Institution unduly received compensation

Published on July 3, 2024 at 8:10 p.m. / Modified on July 3, 2024 at 8:17 p.m.

“The IMAD board of directors ignored the legal framework.” Delivered in a polite but firm tone, the sally of the president of the Geneva State Council, Nathalie Fontanet, sums up the government’s annoyance on Wednesday. In its 2023 report on the remuneration of the heads of autonomous establishments, the executive branch noted irregularities within a single entity: the Geneva Home Care Institution (IMAD). Compensation of 170,000 francs was paid by the former board of directors to the general director Marie Da Roxa without the canton having validated it. The latter is now demanding reimbursement and “reserves the right to take all legal action at its disposal” in the event of refusal.

The institution already singled out in 2020

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