Saturday, June 04, 2005

DLSE Performance Evaluations: these are done only under court order or not at all. There are DLSE employees that have not been evaluated in over 5 years! It's been my experience that in America, companies often evaluate their employees as the performance evaluation is the arena where the employee learns valuable feedback (things done right/wrong, areas of improvement, etc.). Some companies, not the DLSE, review their personnel a couple of times in a year. Once again, Labor Standards Enforcement has no labor standards of their own! After all, California has more people than any other state, so why should our agency set the example for other states to follow? This is the big joke: we are the agency charged with enforcing California labor standards, but don't look to us to set the example.


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