More Complainants come forward…

Posted on October 27, 2012. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Victims of CSIRO has recently  drafted another communication to Comcare detailing a further 5 complaints or serious bullying, harassment and victimisation within the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).

Victims of CSIRO have also been made aware of a number of other complaints lodged with Comcare directly citing bullying within the organisation.

How many more people need to come forward before CSIRO takes decisive action on these complaints as many of its employees accused of acts of bullying or turning a blind eye to such activity still hold senior positions within the organisation.

How can any employee be confident that the CSIRO’s new policies are going to be effective in any future case when it refuses to take direction action in relation to the complaints it is already aware of.

The CSIRO Executive are still sending mixed messages on their commitment to this issue as anyone who has been following Senate Estimates and the related media will be aware that Dr Clark has admitted (on public record) before a senate committee to a problem of bullying within the CSIRO, and subsequently appeared on National Radio (ABC AM Program) the very next day denying that such a problem exists.

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH CSIRO! Stop spending millions of dollars of TAX PAYER’S money defending those who should be sacked or gaoled for serious or even criminal misconduct and cease vilifying the victims who are simply seeking  legitimate natural justice!

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2 Responses to “More Complainants come forward…”

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