CDS-PP officials have decided to challenge their dismissal for terminating the job, accusing the party of ‘bullying’ for having been sidelined for two months with ‘nothing to do’.
Speaking to Lusa, Alexandra Uva said on Thursday that she had been effective for a decade and that her job was terminated at the end of October, with the justification that the party is going through a complicated phase, but her Last day of work was on Friday.
Since she was told she would be fired, this party advisor complains of bullying.
“During these two months I have been completely put aside. They give me nothing to do at a time when there is work to do as it is a pre-congress period,” he said, considering it “a matter of bullying.” .
In Alexandra Uva’s view, the job termination process was not conducted in the best way and is illegal, which led her to go to court and file an objection.
“On the 30th [de dezembro], my lawyer sent the objection to the Labor Court and informed the party lawyer, “said the 57-year-old worker.
Alexandra Uva, whose last post was secretariat during the October legislative election campaign, said she had not reached an agreement with the CDS-PP, but she was paid compensation. However, it does not accept the dismissal.
“They set me aside to affect me psychologically, to be the one to give up,” he lamented.
This Thursday Alexandra Uva returned to the party headquarters, at Largo Adelino Amaro da Costa, in Lisbon, to perform at the service.
“Today I introduced myself to work because with the impugnation the process is suspended, but my lawyer received a response asking me not to return and saying that my entry will be barred tomorrow [sexta-feira]”he denounced, guaranteeing that he will return to the headquarters of the centrists.
For Monday, a “meeting is scheduled” between his lawyer and the party lawyer, said Lusa Alexandra Uva.
According to workers heard by Lusa, the phase that the party is going through has already led to a reduction in the food allowance, as well as a reduction in the workload, and there are more employees in the same situation.
Another worker, who asked not to be named, also complained that the CDS-PP “did not do things well”.
A party official for more than 20 years, he did not accept the compensation offered to him because the value was, in his view, “below what is supposed”. It also complains that it has not received a reply to its counterproposal.
“They are not in good faith,” he criticized, also complaining of discrimination.
“The problem with bullying is being there doing nothing, giving us nothing to do, we are just working on time. They didn’t give me anything else to do, they don’t call us to work meetings,” he said, considering that It is a form of pressure to get workers to give up the process.
Given the way the situation is being conducted, this official also threatens to take the case to court when his relationship ends.
The Lusa agency tried unsuccessfully to contact the secretary general of the CDS-PP.