Report, which said there was no basis for Labor MP to resign, did find some other staff complaints had merit

The independent investigation into complaints that staff in Emma Husar’s office were subjected to bullying and harassment has found no basis for her resignation, concluding the allegations of lewd conduct and sexual harassment were not supported.

However, the review did find cause for further investigation into the allegations of the misuse of public entitlements. It also found that complaints that staff were made to perform non-work related and personal duties for Husar, did have merit.

Continue reading…

Read More Emma Husar sexual harassment allegations ‘not supported’ investigation finds

Facebook Comments