Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Labor Commissioner Angela Bradstreet's burn-taxpayer-funds & do-nothing approach to this job

CMS is the biggest boondoggle this division has seen since entering the 21st century; our latest Labor Commissioner has seen fit to continue this multi-million dollar, taxpayer-paid fiasco instead of halting this fiscal hemorrhage.
Our latest Labor Commissioner seems to only be in the news when generating citation news releases as to how she's cracking the whip with those darn sweatshops or when reporters highlight how her appointment may be less-than political and more of another type of appointment.
Our Labor Commissioner has a ruling issued by the California Supreme Court discussing how DLSE Assistant Chief Greg Rupp violating the 14th Amendment of the United State Constitution, and what does she do? She doesn't do anything, she just sits on her ass and does nothing.
Our Labor Commissioner has a ruling issued by a California Superior Court discussing how DLSE Deputy Chief Lupe Almaraz violated the 1st Amendment of the United States Constitution, and what does she do? She doesn't do anything, she just sits on her ass and does nothing.
The taxpayers are paying her over $120,000 per year to authorize more taxpayer waste into CMS, to do nothing with Greg Rupp, and to do nothing to Lupe Almaraz. Who holds her actions accountable to the People of California?

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

DIR also is wasting money on paying the salaries of the IT managers who appoved and oversaw the CMS project, Jim Culbeaux, Leslie Clement,....

10/23/2007 3:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Last year Jim Culbeaux from the IT Department and Dan Nishijima both managers solicited questions from certain individuals with the intent to promote. One such individual named Jefferey Seeman came forward and exposed them. Other individuals such as Jose Nevarez, Jackie Chang and others benefited from these exams.

10/23/2007 7:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did the IT Department loose two employees because of those exams? I heard there were two employees who quit cause they could not tolerate all that is going on here at DIR.

10/23/2007 9:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There are heavy staff turnover at the DIR IT Unit under the management of Jim Culbeaux and Dan Nishijima. This is unusual for state. These two managers committed fraud in conducting promotional exams and have been caught. This issue is not resolved by any means.

10/24/2007 6:32 PM  

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