Green Party welcome review of bullying and harassment so staff feel safer

The Green Party welcome an external review into bullying and harassment of staff and contractors at Parliament. 

The Green Party welcome an external review into bullying and harassment of staff and contractors at Parliament. 

“Everyone should feel safe when they come to work”, Green Party Workplace Relations and Safety spokesperson Jan Logie said today.  

“The Green Party have previously said that, like other workplaces in New Zealand, the Parliament has a problem with workplace culture and bullying. 

“It is clear we need to assess culture and practice in this place and find out what we need to do to make Parliament a safe and healthy workplace. 

“We encourage people to feed into the independent review that has been initiated.”

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