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NHS Highland set to go public with plan to tackling bullying

NHS Highland has revealed that it will have “clear milestones” prepared for its November board meeting as part of its action plan to deal with bullying within the organisation. That is according to Human Resources Director Fiona Hogg, on the long-awaited plan that was called for in an independent report by John Sturrock QC into bullying allegations.

The human resources department will soon share details of how the board will deal with the issue. Ms Hogg said: “Our plan from the November board meeting onwards is that it will contain an update on progress, but it will also include the revised action plan.

The move is likely to be welcomed by whistle-blowers and victims of bullying who have been calling for it for more than a year.

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Source: Strathspey & Badenoch Herald, 26 September 2019


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