Saturday, August 04, 2007

Gus Alfaro might take DLC 2 position in Los Angeles, Supervisor Diana Chen might have violated employee's right to privacy

1) Gus Alfaro is a hearing officer (Deputy Labor Commissioner 2) for DLSE. Ever since the DLSE had their hearing officer training, Gus has been making major moves on Deputy Chief Lupe Almaraz to acquire a hearing officer position in Los Angeles. An anonymous source tells me that he's gone so far as to write Lupe Almaraz some bleeding heart letter so as to convince Lupe to give him the title. With Gus throwing his application into the Los Angeles hearing officer pool, this might tilt the axis of Gus Alfaro receiving the hearing officer position in Los Angeles. If this is true, then Lupe Almaraz should have never entertained such discussions with Gus, as that tainted the promotion process.
2) Diana Chen caught a couple of DLSE staff doing some hanky panky! Who does she go to for advice? Word on the street is that she went to DLSE peace officer Bill Egan! Now, in the world of supervisors, describing the hanky panky incident to someone like Bill Egan violates the employees' right to privacy, not that the DLSE cares about violating privacy.
Labor Standards has no labor standards. Lupe Almaraz will let anyone schmooze him for a promotion/transfer, and Diana Chen has no idea how to handle a minor personnel action, and violates privacy rights by talking about it.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have taken many exams at DIR and given up. The exams a given as a formality. They are completely useless and just as in your case we know who management wants to promote.

8/06/2007 6:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

DIR Chief:

1. ID the program and personnel information leaks into the public.

2. ID illegal aliens personnel inside the department.

3. ID the thieves inside the department.

4. Fire entire families of multi-generational gangsters that work inside the department in certain cities; like LA / San Fernando.

5. Take corrective action of any district manager who does not take action.

Manage the department one step at a time. The disposition of work and morale should greatly improve. The department has become a hideout for gang members.

4/16/2008 7:16 AM  

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