The Cover Up Novel by Ken David Stewart Part 29


Drake was sitting in a chair outside Lisa Harrison’s office. A few days ago he received a letter in the mail asking that he attend a very important meeting in the executive director’s office. Drake could easily guess what this meeting would be about. As Drake was called to enter Lisa’s office he saw Dick Meyer’s sitting in a red leather chair next to the executive director’s desk. He turned to see Hugh Stadbrook, the national representative for the union seated to the left of Lisa’s desk.
“Mr. Stephens I have asked that Mr. Meyers and Mr. Stradbrook also be present at this meeting as I have some serious issues to discuss with you,” said Lisa.
“And I’m here to support you Drake and to see if we can come to some mutual agreement with administration over some of the issues that are troubling them,” said Hugh Stradbrook. Hugh was a small wiry man. The top of his head was balding. He sounded nervous while he was talking and could not make eye contact with Lisa Harrison or Dick Meyers.
“To be very blunt Drake we’re concerned about your attitude and even the state of your mental health. I don’t know how much Mr. Stradbrook is going to be able to help you, but you are entitled to union representation, “ said Dick Meyers. “I would also like to say that we’re aware that in the past you had a significant impact upon improving our services to our clients. We’d like to thank you for that but we’re now moving in a new direction and I don’t think that you are on board with us.”
“Wow, this sounds very serious Dick. Are you implying that my employment here is in jeopardy?”
“It very well could be, Drake. A lot of it is going to depend upon you and how much progress we make in today’s meeting,” said Meyers.

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