Nearly a third of staff at the University of Cambridge say they have experienced bullying and harassment in the workplace, according to an internal survey obtained by the Guardian that revealed what one union called ‘a culture of bullying’ in parts of the institution.
Iraq’s Oil Minister Thamer Ghadhban has lambasted as “unacceptable and unjustified” the decision made by ExxonMobil, an American oil and gas corporation giant, to evacuate dozens of its foreign staff from the Arab country.
Record numbers of burned-out staff of the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) are quitting because they are fed up with spending too much time at work and not enough with their families, new research revealed.
Managers at one of the UK’s biggest providers of agency health workers are pressured into imposing £50 fines on employees who phone in sick as part of a ‘vicious’ and ‘cutthroat’ sales-driven culture, a whistleblower claimed.
The president of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) says the chief of staff of the Israeli military, Gadi Eisenkot, secretly traveled twice in November to the United Arab Emirates, where he met with senior officials, as a number of Arab countries in the Persian Gulf region are warming their relations with the Tel Aviv regime after clandestine contacts.
Violence against the National Health Service (NHS) staff in England reached its highest level in five years, with one in seven health professionals attacked in the course of their work last year, figures reveal.
About 300 staff of National Australia Bank (NAB.AX) have been fired or left the company as a result of internal investigations into wrongdoing, the bank’s chief executive, Andrew Thorburn, said on Friday, following public revelations of misconduct across the sector.