Open Letter to Nikol Pashinyan: Natural Operations of Inspection and Its Staff Disturbed Due to Unprofessional Management and Unfair Actions by Vigen Avetisyan

Open Letter to Nikol Pashinyan: Natural Operations of Inspection and Its Staff Disturbed Due to Unprofessional Management and Unfair Actions by Vigen Avetisyan

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Environmental and Mining Inspection Officers have sent an open letter to Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, saying that it has been five months since the head of the institution Vigen Avetisyan's "unprofessional management (improper personnel policy) and unfair actions have disrupted the normal functioning of the inspection body and staff, has created an unhealthy atmosphere in the staff, as a result of which the trust and respect, affection and dedication of the employees in the labor relations have disappeared.”

 Avetisyan is not able to effectively organize the work of the inspection body, has a working relationship with the special staff he has hired with the help of his friends and relatives. The consultations with the territorial authorities are not attended by the deputy heads of the inspection body and the structural units; only selected people take part there.

From the very first day of her appointment, Avetisyan demanded that a number of employees, without legal grounds and justifications, hand in their letters of resignation. Those who have previously known him and didn’t want to continue working together have resigned, whereas those who have not subjected to V. Avetisyan's illegal demand has been threatened and continue being threatened with dismissals.

Apart from all this, V. Avetisyan also violates the award procedure established by order No. 155-L of June 7, 2019.

He demonstrates a discriminatory approach to the exercise of control over business entities; Avetisyan lacks the necessary managerial skills and work skills and is unable to lead the inspection body,” the letter says.

17:29 November 05, 2019


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