London’s city manager has offered an apology to employees who have struggled to come forward with allegations about harassment and workplace culture at city hall.“I’m sorry that people have had to go through this, that they have to suffer this,” said Martin Hayward, speaking with 980 CFPL’s The Craig Needles Show on Thursday.Faced with allegations about harassment and abuse inside the walls of city hall, Hayward said the city has pledged itself to conducting a third party review.
A Western University scientist might see a project she’s co-led launched into space after it was shortlisted by NASA for a future mission.The Dragonfly project, led by Elizabeth Turtle of Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, would see a drone-like quadcopter flying above the surface of Saturn’s largest moon, Titan.Catherine Neish, a Western Earth Sciences professor, is co-investigator on the project and is also the lone Canadian researcher on the team, said officials with Western...
Next week marks a return-to-work for a London city employee who has been off on stress leave for more than three months, and her boyfriend says she’s “scared to death.”Jim, who doesn’t want his last name to be used on the condition of anonymity for his partner, called into 980 CFPL’s the Craig Needles Show Wednesday morning. Overcome with emotion, he alleged that his girlfriend has been bullied, harassed, and ridiculed at work.
London's city manager says the city has pledged to review complaints & harassment policies - and he offered an apology today for what employees have been going through. But is it enough for @meggiewalk? https://trib.al/ZEGu8Yl
An emotional call into @NeedlesOnNews show this morning.. Jim alleges his partner has been bullied and harassed, and she's "scared to death" of going back to city hall when her stress leave ends next week. READ: https://trib.al/lKpSTMe
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