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Black NHS staff more likely to be bullied than white colleagues


NHS England has released a new report on how the service is responding to “work equality” standards which shows that far more black and minority ethnic (BME) staff than white staff report harassment, bullying or abuse by colleagues or managers. The report looks at indicators across trusts running acute hospital services, ambulances, community services and mental health and learning disability services. Three-quarters of the 154 trusts show higher percentages of BME workers being harassed, bullied or abused by staff than white NHS workers.


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