Report Says Charities Need to Do More on Bullying

charity times

Charity leaders should initiate a sector-wide discussion about bullying and workplace culture;

and every charity should nominate at least one trustee and one senior manager to lead the organisation’s approach to staff workplace wellbeing, according to a new report, says http://www.charitytimes.com.

The report, In Plain Sight, published by ACEVO and the Centre for Mental Health, assessed the experiences of bullying among 524 respondents to an online survey; and 20 people with whom the researchers conducted in-depth interviews. All examples of bullying occurred within registered charities in England and Wales during the past five years.

Read the full report here…

Read the report here…

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