CSIRO to release bullying review findings

Posted on August 13, 2013. Filed under: Uncategorized |

An independent review into claims of workplace bullying and harassment at the CSIRO will be made public today.

Australia’s peak scientific organisation announced the inquiry in February after the Federal Government’s workplace safety agency, Comcare, identified a list of problems with the CSIRO’s policies.

Emeritus Professor Dennis Pearce has been investigating claims of harassment and bullying of current and former staff, including complaints made by a group of scientists who call themselves the Victims of CSIRO.

The General Findings Report will be released at a press conference in Canberra today along with the CSIRO’s response.



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3 Responses to “CSIRO to release bullying review findings”

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Time to move the priests to some other unsuspecting parishes?

The report is release in the hwl website and read the story. It qualifies for a script for a Hollywood movie. Its on expected lines – There is no widespread bullying, harassment and discrimination in CSIRO. Honestly i am not qualified for an investigation of this magnitude, but i would have written a better story than what is published. The script has no action, no comedy no tragedy nothing what so ever. Its very bland.

No sane investigation will admit there is widespread bullying, harassment and discrimination. After all they are getting paid by the entity they are investigating. Now someone should ask the investigators how much they got paid by CSIRO for this service they have done.

This report has just added insult to injury to all those who have been bullied, harassed and discriminated at CSIRO.

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