Half of Governor General Julie Payette's employees reported “workplace humiliation” last year

Half of the employees of the Governor General have experienced workplace humiliation in the last year.

That's not exactly the more equitable, cheery, lady-led workplace Justin Trudeau promised when implementing his gender-quotas across the whole of government.

The results of the annual workplace survey of Federal employees are in and. The survey polls bureaucrats on their opinions about their job - everything from their salary compensation to workplace harassment.

For the second year in a row, Rideau Hall has a toxic workplace problem.

22% of employees working in Rideau Hall have experienced harassment in the last year, slightly down from 25% in 2018 but according to Maclean's, it still remains the third-highest number of any federal department or agency. The average percentage of employees who say the experienced workplace harassment is only 14% across all federal agencies.

Staff at Rideau Hall also report an increase in being excluded or ignored, up to 40% from 30% in 2018. Staff reporting humiliation is now at 50% in 2019, up from 36% in 2018. Employees experiencing interference with work or withheld resources is up to 41% in 2019, from 27% in 2018.

In my video today I explain why I think these survey results under Governor-General Julie Payette should surprise nobody.


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