Thursday, August 23, 2007

If Commissioner Bradstreet wants to improve the Corrales beat-down, then why are child entertainment work permits still the #1 DLSE priority?

In almost every DLSE office, there are DLC 1s and DLC 2s that cannot do their job becuase they must halt their DLSE mission and issue child entertainment work permits. Her Number Two (know what I mean...number #2?) Deputy Chief Lupe Almaraz is totally happy with the status quo, because that means he continues to have the golden bear crap into his bank account every month; after all, what does he care if we're issuing work permits on that jack-ass CMS system instead of complying with Corrales?
Why don't they have some real DLC 1s and DLC 2s (who actually do the work) speak with senators and assembly members in explaining how dysfunctional our division continues to be, even though the DLSE has a new puppet head Labor Commissioner. Those at the top are clueless as to what's going on in the trenches, and they can't solve something they can't comprehend.

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Anonymous Sherlock Holmes said...

Word is that the Labor Commissioner told attorneys in the Legal Section that all of the talent agency cases need to have written decisions issued within 30 days of the conclusion of the hearing. That's important for the millionaire actors with cases against the millionaire talent agents. So let's see, we have entertainment work permits as a top priority in the district offices and talent agency decisions as a top priority for the DLSE lawyers. Think the fact that the Governor is a Hollywood actor has anything to do with this brilliant ordering of our priorities?

8/23/2007 8:37 PM  

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