Luke Henriques-Gomes (The Guardian)
Frontline Services Australia staff say their work is being negatively affected by pressure to meet performance targets and they don’t feel trusted or respected by their employer, a new survey reveals.
A report by the Community and Public Sector Union claimed excessive oversight – including intrusive questions about employees’ toilet breaks – and restrictive work practices were having a “negative effect on staff wellbeing, customer service and workplace culture”.
The survey of 1,571 Services Australia staff members found 79% did not feel the way the agency managed its employees showed they were trusted or respected.
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