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Canadian Human Rights Tribunal Probed for Toxic Work Environment

 

January 6, 2011 | Daniel Kanis

By Kathryn May, Postmedia News January 5, 2011 : The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal is facing an outpouring of anger from workers who complain of a toxic workplace that is undermining the quasi-judicial agency’s ability to do its job. More than half of the 25-member staff, including middle and senior level managers, have left, taken sick leave or retired over the past year.

At least three have filed formal harassment complaints. Unions representing workers confirmed they received numerous complaints of abuse of authority, intimidation and personal harassment. They say employees describe a work environment that has deteriorated “to the point of toxicity.” Read More

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