Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Asst. Chief Greg Rupp reached out to supervisor Chen to revise buddy's performance evaluation?

If truth be told, it seems that one of those who received a poor performance evaluation from probationary supervisor Diana Chen refused to sign it, and then she revised it. Was this person "connected" to Asst. Chief Greg Rupp? Did Greg Rupp have previous knowledge of the performance evaluation and then allowed his minion Diana Chen to revise it? How many other performance evaluations were revised?
What were Acting Labor Commissioner Robert Jones, Deputy Chief Lupe Almaraz, Assistant Cheif Greg Rupp, and Senior Special Investigatior Lee Pearson doing with Diana Chen's performance evaluations? Why were they making photocopies of those performance evaluations? Were they making copies of the first edition performance evaluations, or just the revised performance evaluations? Why is there such an interest by the powers-that-be in a probationary supervisor's performance evaluations of her staff? Didn't Diana Chen first run them by her boss, Regional Manager Susan Nakagama? Don't the powers-that-be have more important problems to fix? It reminds me of that age-old question, how many DLSE managers does it take to screw in a light bulb?


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