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Employees say NPCA workplace culture is “toxic”

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Various media outlets reported on the results of the workplace stress survey completed by Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority employees earlier this year.

NPCA toxic workplace – damning report

OPSEU Health and Safety Officer Terri Aversa is interviewed by Larry Fedoruk on September 6, 2017 about the results of a workplace stress survey at the NPCA.

To listen online to the full interview on Newstalk 610 CKTB, click here.

Employees say NPCA workplace culture "toxic"

A survey of unionized employees at Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority paints a grim picture of "toxic" conditions for frontline staff. 

To read the full story in the St. Catharines Standard, click here.

Union says employees at NPCA describe workplace as toxic

The Ontario Public Service Employees Union is calling on the province, the Niagara Region, municipal governments and senior management at the NPCA to take steps to address what it calls an unhealthy workplace.

To read the full story on Newstalk 610 CKTB, click here.

Ontario Minister McGarry must act on workplace harassment allegations at NPCA

The release of this report on alleged cases of workplace harassment and the mental health toll it is taking on NPCA staff has more than a few citizens across this Niagara region asking questions.

To read the full story in Niagara At Large, click here.