Culture employee accused of misconduct and breach of duty

CREVILLENT Town Hall has suggested that an employee in the Culture Department be suspended from service for eight months for a “serious disregard for superiors, peers and subordinates”. The accused allegedly “heckled and intimidated” other workers since the 1990s, according to a Europa Press report.

Investigations into the allegations began in January 2010 following a denuncia by two employees that the employee would intimidate subordinates with the purpose of “breaking the professional relationship” with Culture Councillor Ester Mas.

The defendant would lash out at the employee with phrases including “you are a troublemaker and misrepresent what I say”, “I am sick of your complaints,” “Please shut up; only I speak to the councillor,” and “If you come back to speak to the councillor there will be problems,” according to the report.

“Unimportant work” that impeded the carrying out of the employee’s actual job at the Culture Centre would be given by the accused.

There are four workers – who have worked in the Cultural Department since the 90s –  who will testify against JTM, one of whom even went so far as to call the accused a “dead-weight” who “did no work.”

He is also accused of breach of duty for not fulfilling his duties to personally oversee various works.


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