Parliamentary Submissions relating to CSIRO

Posted on October 8, 2012. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Having taken the opportunity to browse the current collection of submissions to the Parliamentary Inquiry Into Workplace Bullying published on the APH Website, the Victims of CSIRO have identified 4 submissions which we have on good authority are related to the CSIRO.  We have been advised of a number of other submissions from former CSIRO employees which are awaiting authorisation for publication:

Follow the Links below to the submissions.





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thank you for highlighting these three eloquent powerful submissions about the extent, persistence and human cost of workplace bullying in the CSIRO..My experience is from within the NSW Public Sector but the story is very much the same. I am also in touch with people within or connected with APS agencies and again the story is the same. Even so there are details that stand out and shock one anew such as, in one submission, the amount of hidden email discussion going on between squads of HR managers and lawyers conspiring to eliminate a victim-truly frighteningly Kafkaesque

Just posted another one that I overlooked

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