SSC to probe Transport Ministry's treatment of whistleblowers

Paul McBeth
Wed, 24 May 2017

By Paul McBeth May 24 (BusinessDesk) - The State Services Commission will investigate claims public servants lost their jobs after raising concerns about the actions of fraudster Joanne Harrison at the Ministry of Transport.  Commissioner Peter Hughes today said his office has appointed veteran civil servant Sandi Beatie to investigate separately to a Ministry of Transport review. Beatie will specifically look at whether any current or past employers were disadvantaged by raising concerns over Harrison's behaviour, and if so how that occu...

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