The watchdog for the federal public service has dominated that International Affairs Canada dedicated “gross mismanagement” in the way in which it handled complaints a few senior worker accused of throwing objects, mocking colleagues and even pushing and slapping somebody.
The report from Joe Friday, the general public sector integrity commissioner, tabled in Parliament in the present day says an earlier inside investigation by the division had additionally discovered the manager director yelled within the office and had as soon as launched a group member as a “terrorist colleague.”
The report from the watchdog launched in the present day concluded the division had mishandled its response to the complaints, together with by promising an motion plan that was by no means put into place.
It says International Affairs Canada promoted the manager, regardless of continued insults towards workers, together with feedback about somebody’s weight and as soon as referring to a coaching session as a “focus camp” whereas talking with a Jewish colleague.
The report says the manager testified through the investigation by the general public sector integrity commissioner that she took the sooner findings severely and was working onerous to alter, however the probe examined proof suggesting the behaviour had continued.
International Affairs Canada responded to the report by saying it can launch a recent disciplinary course of, assess the work local weather within the department concerned, and reinforce ethics coaching.
This report by The Canadian Press was first revealed Oct. 6, 2022.