Bullying and Harassment
Bullying is offensive, intimidating, malicious or insulting behaviour, an abuse or misuse of power through means intended to undermine, humiliate, denigrate or injure the recipient.
Harassment is unwanted actions or comments that are demeaning and unacceptable to the recipient. It may be related to any personal characteristic of the individual, and may be persistent or an isolated incident.
The foreword statement by the Defence Secretary stating that he will hold senior officers and civil servants accountable in accordance with MOD policy on inclusion and diversity policy is irrelevant and no accountability exists.
The Army’s diversity poster girl is ‘racially abused’ by six white soldiers who posted offensive comments on social media
Black soldier wins record £500,000 in compensation from the MoD for having to play Taliban terrorist in Army training video
Service Complaint/ Grievance Procedure
2018 – Ex-Army colonel launches £2MILLION legal bid after she was ‘hounded out of her job with a barrage of sexist abuse for trying to blow the whistle on major medical failings’ -.https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6423083/Ex-colonel-2MILLION-legal-bid-faced-sex-abuse-trying-expose-medical-failings.html
2018 – Commander of one of Britain’s biggest military bases faces investigation for allegedly grabbing a woman’s breasts.
Female Royal Navy officer is left with facial injuries after brawl at a top secret base that broke out when she was ‘mocked about women serving on submarines.
Bully victim who was driven to brink of suicide
Head of global accountancy firm Deloitte admits it has sacked 20 senior partners for ‘bullying and sexual harassment’
Under Freedom of Information we have requested that the MOD provides the number of senior staff that have been dismissed for bullying and harassment and the length of time each of these investigations have taken over the last ten years.
What’s changed from this article written in 2014 ???