This really takes the cake. What I'd really like to say is WHAT A LOAD OF BOLLOCKS.
This Christchurch School is trying to regulate the way staff speak to and about each other. For instance;
"Matt, we shouldn't really be talking about Mary behind her back." Or: "Matt, I can see you feel strongly about that. You really need to be saying it to Mary."
The obligation to respond extends to a person on the fringe of the conversation. "Come on, guys, Mary's not here. It's not part of the code."
And what do the staff think?
A current staff member said the code was not working and many of the staff regarded it as a joke.
"Every workplace gossips. The serious thing is they have taken away our trust because we are not allowed to talk freely to each other. Our support system is each other."
Martin Place, Sydney, 18 December 2014
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