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Whistleblower: Tycoon-president would hide the harassment of tillidsfolk

the Handling of a very inflamed case of harassment and attempts on the firing of a shop steward raises new, serious charges against the chairman of the board of Confederation of A-box Allan Luplau.

According to a confidential memorandum prepared by the whistleblower in the a-box that got the whole scandal to roll, Luplau tried to hide the circumstances of the remaining board of directors.

On the way, the president has been guilty of a ’direct misledning of the board of directors’, says the whistleblower, who is deputy director in the a box.

mind you, this is a case where Luplau himself had played ’an active role’, it should be noted in the memorandum.

the Background is a scenario in which the now fired director at a-kassen, Michael Valentin, would have tillidsrepræsentanten dismissed.

The sort is an extremely inflamed affair of an a-box, which is a part of the trade union movement.

the Case is no less precarious by that of the concerned union representative had earlier pointed out a possible ’misuse alkoholkultur in-a-box’. Michael Valentine big angry.

At a meeting 10. september in the year indicated the rest of the executive board of Valentin, that the ’couldn't recommend’ that tillidsrepræsentanten was fired.

’It would create great turmoil in the press, with the board of directors and of the employees’, described in the whistleblower memorandum.

Timeline: Here started the scandal

the Whistleblower provides information to the board of directors in the Confederation of A-box on the problematic issues by director Michael Valentine's work.

This means that the board with the same ask-a-box administration and the auditor to initiate an investigation of the information.

the Auditor reporting are reviewed at board meetings.

the Board of directors decides of guys Michael Valentin

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Valentin listened to the call - instead, he would now launch a second plan:

that the union representative was with another TR have duties ’of a character that got them to speak up or look away’.

mind you had a-box presidency with Allan Luplau in the head ’provided for’ this approach, says the memorandum.

In other words, was the harassment of the employees in question - according to the whistleblower - approved from the top place.

Later in september began the whistleblower to whirl the scandals up in a box. It was here, Allan Luplau allegedly made an active attempt to hide just TR-the case of the remaining board of directors.

18. september - the day before a board meeting - was the whistleblower contacted by telephone by Luplau, according to the confidential memo.

Here asked the chairman of the board that the case ’was removed from the material that was presented to the board, as there was enough of an economic case to have felled Michael (Valentin, red)’.

On this notes, the whistleblower in his note:

’Not the least, it is concerning that the president, as the mentioned information was presented, prayed that they were not included in the evidence which was presented to the board. This is a direct misledning of the board of directors.’

If the chairman of the board Allan Luplau has deliberately tried to conceal information about tillidsmandssagen for the rest of the board, which the whistleblower claims, so it is a serious problem. It assesses the professor in company law at Aalborg University Erik Werlauff:

– the fact that the president is trying to keep the rest of the board without something as important as the case of the officer, is deeply reprehensible.

– in Addition, it is absolutely inadmissible and illegal, if he has abused ledelsesretten by providing a legal basis for the harassment. It can lead to the president being made liable if it or any other decisions taken outside the board's mandate, in one way or another ends up giving economic consequences for a fund, he says.

Expert: They have abused ledelsesretten

Christian Hojer Schjøler, assistant professor in labour and employment law, believe it is very problematic if the former director in the a-box Michael Valentin has got the powers of the chairman of the board Allan Luplau to dispose of tillidsrepræsentanten by giving tasks, that should get him to look away:

- Then they have abused their ledelsesret in order to undermine the tillidsmandsfunktionen and the criticisms that have been raised about the misbrugskultur in a box.

- You may not as an employer assign an employee to the inferior duties, if they are not objectively or operationally justified, but rather is an expression of harassment pga. his tillidsmandsstatus, he says.

Christian Hojer Schjøler believe that it is extra worrying, if it is conducted in an a-box:

- We have to do with a nationwide a-box, living of service its members who are employees. A-insurance fund's operation and the payment of unemployment benefit shall be financed largely by tax-funded contribution from the state, and the a-kasser is one of the fundamental cogs in the arbejdsmarkedsmodellen.

- therefore, They should - if any - ensure a good cooperation and a constructive dialogue with the union representatives and, of course, to comply with the agreements. In this perspective, one could view their margin of error being smaller than so many other employers.

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The soon-to-former chairman of the board of Confederation of A-box, Allan Luplau. Pr photo

Luplau: Nothing was hidden

the Extra Leaf would like to have the interview Allan Luplau about his role in the case with shop stewards, but instead he has answered questions in writing.

He refuses to have backed up on that tillidsfolkene should be squeezed out of a-box:

’way back in October 2016, we grabbed (the presidency, consisting of me as chairman and the two vice-presidents) in the face of unreasonable behavior, Michael Valentin had in relation to the AKAs union representatives. This resulted in a written regret from Michael Valentin, who was sent to the professional organisations, which had raised the matter on behalf of the tillidsfolkene. The presidency has therefore no both backed up on that tillidsfolkene should be squeezed out of the AKA', is it.

the Extra Leaf has also asked for information on Allan Luplau tried to get removed the item on shop stewards prior to the board meeting. To this he answers:

’I referred to at the board meeting on 19. september the old case about the relationship between Michael Valentin and tillidsfolkene. So nothing was hidden. But because there was talk about non-economic conditions, treated we not do this part of the complex at this time, where we concentrated on Michael's Valentine's economic dispositions. In the later legal inquiry was also all the circumstances around tillidsfolkene examined.'

Extra Magazine could be in september reveal that Michael Valentine had been fired as director of Academic A-box per 27. september.

After several weeks with articles about dubious transactions in the a-box and told the chairman of the board Allan Luplau out the 17. december that he will resign at an extraordinary repræsentantskabsmøde the 4. January 2019. The two vice-presidents Janice Sillassen (Ingeniørforeningen) and Ole Helby (the Danish Association).

A box constituted director, Britt Dyg Haun, and secretary Line Verbik Byriel is 'resigned by mutual agreement with the board of directors.

A-the box has even launched a legal inquiry. At the same time the Danish Agency for Labour market and Recruitment launched a tilsynsundersøgelse with the assistance of the Attorney general. This is not yet completed.

Ekstra Bladet has revealed that the internal study bl.a. have referred to alleged harassment and bullying of tillidsfolk.

the Extra Leaf has also revealed that:

- a-box has reported to the police, Michael Valentin, to have received kickbacks in the form of wine tours for the 40,000 crowns.

- Later told a cashier again Michael Valentin to the police. This time, in order to allow a cashier to pay for the food and serving at the director's private events.

the now fired director has supported the Løkkefonden with 50,000 dollars in order to get access to Lars Løkke. It succeeded, as Lars Løkke came by Confederation of A-box in February 2015 for a one-hour meeting.

- a-the box has paid for a wellness stay for Michael Valentin to 25,000 kr., that was approved by the chairman of the board Allan Luplau.

- a-box members paid 400.000 crowns for Michael Valentine-hour front desk, when he was 50 years old in 2017.

- Michael Valentin was their man. Combined, he has given friends from vinklubben orders for 2.6 million. kr. in the a-box. This applies to everything from counseling to art and podcasts.

- Michael Valentin got a checkout to rent the premises at Johan nielsen came high School for 250.000 dollars. The premises, however, were never used, and later came Michael Valentin on the school's board of directors.

- Chairman of the a-box, Allan Luplau, was vinven with the fired director, and he has several times been sitting at the table during dinners in the director's villa, where the a-box paid.

believe that top management is 'greasy' in the case.

'There is a fundamental need to get cleaned up in the senior management of a-checkout', writes the whistleblower to the members of the a-box two top bodies - the board of directors and the 57 members of the board of governors.

As a result of the case have Michael Valentin also resigned the post of president of the people's meeting on Bornholm. At the same time, he has lost five directorships in various companies.

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