Westmead Hospital Whistleblower

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Review into workplace bullying announced

Review into workplace bullying announced.

 

Here is a chance to have your say if you or someone you know was bullied. The Federal Parliament of Australia has asked a Parliamentary Standing Committee to hold an inquiry into workplace bullying. Make suggestions or just tell your story. You can make a submission without fear that someone can sue you. In making a submission you are protected by Parliamentary Privilege so you are immune from legal action. If you still work where the bullying is taking place and are worried about reprisals then you can make a confidential submission. For all the information you need follow the links on the following link (copy paste into your browser if necessary):

http://www.aph.gov.au/parliamentary_business/committees/house_of_representatives_committees?url=ee/bullying/index.htm

www.westmeadhospitalwhistleblowers.com

 


Westmead Hospital Whistleblowers

Westmead Hospital Whistleblowers is serialising and account of the bullying of Dr Michael Cole at Westmead Hospital for blowing the whistle on the harm done to babies at Westmead Hospital as a result of the administration’s failure to act when alerted to the lack of clinical competence of Professor Tarnow Mordi.

Click here:   http://www.westmeadhospitalwhistleblowers.com/the-william-tarnow-mordi-scandal.html

Other posts on reprisals and bullying on Whistleblower Australia,click here.

The Mobbing of Lyn Downe at Nepean Hospital, click here.


School children are still killing themselves rather than face bullying.

Friends say classmate killed himself after bullying on sexuality, says WSMV reporter Deanna Lambert on Dec 8, 2011
Original Article here

Students at a local school are grieving a classmate. Friends say the young man took his own life because he couldn’t take any more bullying.

They say school officials knew about the torment but didn’t do enough to stop it. But Cheatham County Schools Director Dr. Tim Webb said the school was only aware of one incident of bullying. There was some intervention, but apparently no formal follow up.

Jacob Rogers felt that no one was listening to him or standing up for him. He dropped out of school. Finally he killed himself.

Jacob’s friend Kaelynn wonders how many more have to die before Cheatham County School does something?