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[ES] Otra Casi Vacía Presentación de la EPO en La Hague

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Publicada en Europe, Patentes at 5:06 am por el Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Empleados han desertadoy son todavía leáles a sus compañeros, no a la gerencia



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Sumario: El propagandísticoestudio socialde Battistelli (básicamente un montón de engañosas afirmacionesdisfrazadas como investigación’) ayuda a demostrar que los empleados de la EPO no tiene absolutamente fe en la gerencia

A principios de año la gente bromeaba acerca del evento "Reúnase con el Presidente" (Battistelli) en Rijswijk. Fué una verguénza total. Hace un pare de meses reportamos que hubo menos de una dozena de personas en la reunión de la FFPE-EPO meeting. Parece que la popularidad cero de Battistellise hace aparente a medida que pasa el tiempo. Su herramiénta del sindicato amarillo es también unpopular.

La información interna sobre el EPO "estudio social" fue enviado a nosotros no hace. "Asumo que ya ha recibido información acerca de este tema," nuestra fuente nos dijo, "sin embargo te dejo saber en caso de que no la tengan."

Menciónamos muchas veces este “estudio social study”, incluyendo en los siguiéntes artículos:



"Según la información recibida," nuestra fuente nos dijo, "ayer en La Haya tan sólo apróximadamente. 85 compañeros asistieron a la presentación del estudio social de la EPO".

85 de mayo suena como un número decente, pero recuerda cuántas personas trabajan en la Esta muy baja cifra incluye gerentes, SST y consultores, el personal DG4 etc., de acuerdo con nuestra fuente. "En Munich también," nuestra fuente nos dijo, "la participación fue muy baja y sólo una parte de los funcionarios" de la EPO "estuvieron presentes para llenar la habitación que estuvo por lo demás vacía. Fuera de 2800 en La Haya el personal esto no es mucho por decir lo menos.. 85 es poco más del 1% de la plantilla, que es de alguna manera simbólica. Se puede decir que sólo "el 1%" apoya Battistelli y su orden del día.

Consutores PWC de Italia y Chipre fuéron escogidos por la EPO para realizar este estudio al que una vez más los representantes de empleados fuéron marginalmente asociados.”

Hablándo de los representantes de empleados (lo que queda de ellos, no la unión amarilla), hay una falta de progreso de Battistelli, quién estáde empeórar las cosas mucho más aún. La reunión del Consejo Administrativo es en menos de un mes, yun nuevo comentariolo pone:



... Los estatutos del personal que tenemos en este momento, incluyendo las directrices de investigación, han sido aceptadas y toleradas por el AC. Pero ahora hay una clara petición de la CA para cambiar el estatuto del personal para asegurar que las sanciones disciplinarias y procedimientos no son solamente justo sino también parecerlo, y considerar la posibilidad de participación de un evaluador externo o de arbitraje o la mediación €¨. Las solicitudes de CA también: la espera del resultado de este proceso y antes de tomar nuevas decisiones en casos de disciplina, para informar a la corriente alterna en detalle apropiado y hacer propuestas que mejoran la confianza en los procedimientos y sanciones justas y razonables. Las solicitudes de CA también a presentar a la AC de un proyecto de revisión del Estatuto, que incorpora las directrices de investigación (incluyendo la unidad de investigación) y los procedimientos disciplinarios que se han examinado y modificado. Me parece, pero puede ser un mal, que el aire acondicionado quiere ver acciones definidas claras, no sólo un soufflé lleno de aire caliente que se derrumba tan pronto como usted lo toca. El AC se da cuenta también que estas sanciones disciplinarias y procedimientos de un amplio e intenso están siendo interrogados en la opinión pública.



La EPO está todavía en un estado caótico. No podemos dejar de preguntarnos €¿cuánta gente queda allí y simplemente trabaja a causa de las sanciónes injustas introducidas despues de su contrato con la EPO (lo que puede significar varios años de desempleo). El Consejo Administrativo sería sabio en despedir a las cabezas el mes que viente; es la única manera de deshacerse de la crisis. El tiempo de por sí no ayuda a nada.

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