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Barts launches new online bid to help staff raise concerns


Anonymous | 23-Apr-2014 9:29 pm I agree and already wrote 23 Ap. 3.27 pm possibly rather incoherently as it makes me angry. it is a way of depersonalising nurses and other individuals wishing to complain and rather trivialising what they have to say. surely they have the right to be themselves and speak out in their own right and own what they say? Not allowing this is still a form of suppression and why are more superior members of management allowed to be vocal and every single individual nurse and every other member of staff not?

Posted date

24 April, 2014

Posted time

7:01 am