On Monday, the President, sapWorks Council, Ralph Jade, retires from his post. Now apparently he is going to be kicked out of the software company.
a spokesperson for dex– The group based in Waldorf said of the relevant information from Works Council Circles: “We confirm that the Works Council of SAP SE has approved the extraordinary termination of the former Works Council Chairman.” The next steps will be started now. Details were not given, the working council members enjoy special protection against dismissal.
An SAP spokesperson said of the termination, “the utmost care, corporate governance and focus have been placed on protecting the privacy of those involved.” The company had launched an internal investigation against both Z and another executive council.
Jade, who is now due to be served notice, allegedly “made it difficult to explain the case, suppressed circumstantial facts” and “tried to prevent the truth from happening” during the investigation against Works and an associate of the supervisory board ” Detected,” according to the documents news agency dpa.
Colleague is said to have committed salary fraud
SAP is investigating an associate of Z internally after a whistleblower reported suspicion of wage fraud. It is alleged that he took leave without accounting. The former head of the Works Council is said to have manipulated the e-mail in this context.
Earlier in the week Z told the Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung that resigning was “not an easy decision”. He did not respond to his intentions. Jade announced her resignation with immediate effect on Friday evening, according to an email from the panel. Current deputy Nathalie Boule will be the interim successor.
The internal investigation into the irregularities in the software company’s executive council has been going on for a few weeks, but so far only one member of the executive council has been mentioned in this context.
The Heidelberg Public Prosecutor is also investigating in connection with an allegedly manipulated supervisory board election. for attempting fraudulent action. Prosecutors are investigating suspicions that a SAP employee should have received €500,000 to help the Executive Council elect employee representatives to the supervisory board.
The matter became known when the Heidelberg Regional Court in a legal dispute classified the underlying contract as immoral.
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