Friday, February 19, 2016

Ed Sisson Could Go to JAIL

447.203 Definitions.As used in this part:
(2) “Public employer” or “employer” means the state or any county, municipality, or special district or any subdivision or agency thereof which the commission determines has sufficient legal distinctiveness properly to carry out the functions of a public employer.

447.401 Grievance procedures.Each public employer and bargaining agent shall negotiate a grievance procedure to be used for the settlement of disputes between employer and employee, or group of employees, involving the interpretation or application of a collective bargaining agreement. Such grievance procedure shall have as its terminal step a final and binding disposition by an impartial neutral, mutually selected by the parties; however, when the issue under appeal is an allegation of abuse, abandonment, or neglect by an employee under s. 39.201 or s. 415.1034, the grievance may not be decided until the abuse, abandonment, or neglect of a child has been judicially determined. However, an arbiter or other neutral shall not have the power to add to, subtract from, modify, or alter the terms of a collective bargaining agreement. If an employee organization is certified as the bargaining agent of a unit, the grievance procedure then in existence may be the subject of collective bargaining, and any agreement which is reached shall supersede the previously existing procedure. All public employees shall have the right to a fair and equitable grievance procedure administered without regard to membership or nonmembership in any organization, except that certified employee organizations shall not be required to process grievances for employees who are not members of the organization. A career service employee shall have the option of utilizing the civil service appeal procedure, an unfair labor practice procedure, or a grievance procedure established under this section, but such employee is precluded from availing himself or herself to more than one of these procedures.

and the PENALTY

447.14 Penalties.Any person or labor organization who shall violate any of the provisions of this part shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ed Sisson, Eric Olson and Ashton Hayward SHOULD GO TO JAIL!!!

Anonymous said...

I think Ed Sisson (and his dog Jose) better be concerned about that "bus coming down the street" ... you re standing in the street directing traffic and there is no sidewalk to run to.

I wonder, who is the person to bring Sisson a box? Keith Wilkins?

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile Schmidt & Glover getting treated like common criminals. Hayward, Sisson, Olson, and Wells need to see the Upside of a prison cell immediately. Good grief!

Anonymous said...

How much more of this is Hayward going to accept or should I say authorize? This scandal has further scarred an already corrupt administration of local government. At least WD tried to be covert about his unethical and criminal behavior. Sadly, two career public servants have been drug through the mud because they obviously do not fit the mayor's agenda. I am personally saddened because the fire department in particular has been known for discrimination and racism in the past. Chief Glover in some ways represented how things had improved over time. Now it appears that many of those old wounds that may have at least begun to heal will be reopened. Chief Glover and Chief Schmitt are being openly retaliated against because they spoke out against racial discrimination. To ignore this racism only exacerbates the problem and encourages it to continue. Let's not be so quick to give everyone a pass when they simply claim that they are not racists. Look at their actions because they speak louder than their words.

Let's all be honest, two white guys (Sisson & Olson) are the subjects of an EEOC complaint regarding racial discrimination, have been caught in lies publicly, secretly changed the HR manual, violated the Union contract, violated Constitional rights with gag orders, violated the State Constitution, circumvented due process, and engaged in numerous additional ethics violations. These are facts, yet they continue to work every day and are NOT subjects of an investigation.

On the other hand, the two suspended guys, one white and one black (Schmitt & Glover) who currently ARE under investigation for allegedly changing hiring practices after filing an EEOC complaint for race discrimination against Olson & Sisson.

So, Pensacola, you don't have to ask Ashton Hayward if he's a racist, all you have to do is pay close attention to his actions. In my mind, Hayward and his henchmen are carrying out the public lynching to intimidate all city employees but black employees in particular who may be enduring discrimination. Obviously, Ashton doesn't have a problem with those accused of race discrimination because they are still at work and they are NOT under investigation.

Anonymous said...

If these clowns had any self-respect they would turn in their resignations tomorrow. Of course that would take a little bit of integrity which they apparently do not have. So instead I will just tune in tomorrow to see how much worse it can get for Hayward and his minions. They have dug a pretty deep hole thus far but I'm certain they will just dig deeper. #Anxiouslyawatingthenextpost

Anonymous said...


Jail wouldn't be such a bad thing for Ed Sisson. When he leaves they will give him a box.....

Anonymous said...

He won't, they won't.... No one will ever be charged here in Pensacola. We have the most do nothing corrupt State Attorney in the State. He will NEVER EVER stand up to the elite ruling class that has run amuck for 6 years now. Heck, the Feds are aware of this and have taken their Grand Jury to Tallahassee.

Anonymous said...

^^^Wow!...Very well said. This all seems to tie in with the posts Maren put out several months ago about the racism in the fire department and City Hall. It also seems to at least partly explain why neither of the two Chiefs were ever considered for Fire Chief. As a lifelong City resident, I'm ashamed of what has happened and it is past time for change from the top.