We received a “share your story” overnight from an injured worker who has been bullied at work and who wishes to remain anonymous for obvious reasons. S/he tells us that a bullying manager, who had been “off work for 6 months” and who had been responsible for over 100 resignations (!) and had at least 10 formal complaints about bullying against her, would be returning to work shortly. As s/he rightly states, “it’s a joke in about the lack of severely disciplining managers as they are still considered untouchable…”
Bullying manager returns to work
The injured worker’s story in his/her own words
Well, after 6 months off work this manager had a meeting today with senior managers and will return to work in two weeks to work for a couple of days per week.
It’s interesting that this person’s favorite staff all had a coffee with this person whilst on duty, disregarding other staff and also work duties .
Funny that this bully manager hasn’t officially started back at work and one could say that the staff concerned are in breach of duty of care as the jobs they do are patient/client related in this hospital in Western Sydney and could be accused of dereliction of duty as well.
One does wonder what lies this manager has told and how long this person will take to return to bullying and harassing staff !!
Over 130+ staff have left because of this person !
One would seriously question the manager about this huge turnover of staff over 10 years !It’s a joke in the NSW Health Department about the lack of severely disciplining managers as they are still considered untouchable !!! Still !!