Tuesday, August 22, 2006

At DLSE, they're legally not required to...

tell someone why they are under a DLSE investigation [that's their argument/justification], but their legal mumbo jumbo made no mention of their deliberate attempt to disguise the basis for their investigation. In the real world, when someone writes a statement and knows it to be false, that's called a lie.
When Lupe Almaraz wrote the memo and justified the DLSE's disruption of public service by pulling the DLSE employee out of work and into their investigative meeting on the basis of "job performance," it was a big, fat lie. Lupe Almaraz is not some probationary office clerk who just fell off the turnip truck. Lupe Almaraz is the Deputy Chief Labor Commissioner, and he lied when he wrote that his investigation wanted to delve into a DLSE employee's job performance. It would have been better for his credibility (and liability) had he just wrote nothing and ordered the employee to the meeting.
Liars, Cheats, and Thieves: what pleasant and professional leadership we have here, don't we?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is all so true about Lupe Almaraz after being one of the hard working employee you are taking down with a badjob performance. That's right you hve your grinches doing it for you.Why haven't you Lupe Almaraz done your job along with these so called DLSE leaders? Yet who did you have kiss your ass to get where he/she is now and yet the honest working employee is walked over and given the dirt work because she didn't brown nose to any of your so called followers-jack asses. Why did you go for the promotion? Your interest isn't the department, just more money for your retirement by not awarding the honest employee and paying off the management that does nothing but take extended lunches and talk all day on the phone. Management does NO wrong? Someone needs to talk to the little person (who is the greater one for how hard they try to just work and do their honest job). How can you sleep at night? or who did you sleep with tonight?

11/15/2006 9:23 PM  

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