Low morale among airport screeners is contributing to the unusually high screener attrition rate of 17%, the U.S. Homeland Security Dept.'s Inspector General found. The attrition rate and the number of complaints from screeners are higher than those at other similar-sized federal agencies, the IG says in a report released this week. Moreover, screeners say the existing mechanisms to address their workplace concerns are "inadequate." Screeners reported that TSA workplace rules and ...

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