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#41 User is offline   doppelganger 

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Posted 25 April 2004 - 08:07 PM

Easyrider
the unions are week because of the people at the top. That is in th eunion itself. there has been complaints for years and the bullying is still going on.

Remember the article posted about the Bonuses that the staff wanted. These staff members were doing the dirty work for the managerment then. The managerment were using stand over tactics then. the union did not stop the bullying then, it incouraged it. It has incourage it from the start and this is ovious a cover-up of the unions cover-up.

Don't expect the week on the board to do anything as going against the grain will have that board menber treminated pronto.

Jocko,

most drugs including beer afect he behaviour of us mortials. it depends on the social background in what behavioural problem that you have when on drugs. As ACC are part of our social life they do have a direct effect on our behaviour when treatment is being supplied.

methamphetamine. is a control drug. under clincal condition it can be used to stop the bazarre behaviour, but as the ACC is not in a clincal condition the drug use is out of hand. there behavioural problem is coached by there masters
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Posted 27 April 2004 - 01:30 AM

To all you STINKERS AT ACC

YOU`VE BEEN THROUGH NOTHING (BULLYING,,CRAP!!) YOU DON`T KNOW THE MEANING OF THE WORD UNTIL YOU`VE BEEN A CLAIMANT,,,,,ITS ALL IN YOUR HEAD

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#43 User is offline   Shannon 

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Posted 27 April 2004 - 01:57 PM

In reading about the behaviour of a methamphetamine user and there tendancy to display phychotic and violent episodes, impair logical thinking, aptley describes in my opinion just about all and every casemongrel I have ever had the greatest displeasure to meet.
If these mongrels are phyc profiled for the job of so called case management then one wonders if it is part of the team building episode to pop a meth before you kick a claimant.

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If you have an accident
And get accepted for acc
Then your a bloody idiot

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Posted 05 May 2004 - 01:23 AM

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Clark defends Dyson on ACC stress reports
05 May 2004
By CUSHLA MANAGH

ACC has acknowledged it should have given ACC Minister Ruth Dyson better information to answer questions about work-related stress within the organisation, Prime Minister Helen Clark says.

Ms Dyson's answers to Opposition questions came under scrutiny last month when a union said it sent her a copy of a letter in September voicing concern about bullying within ACC.

This called into question the accuracy of an answer she gave National MP David Carter in December, when she said that she had received no reports of work-related stress within ACC since it began keeping records last year.

The Dominion Post has published allegations from current and former ACC staff of overwork, stress and bullying in ACC. A former case manager said the stress was so bad she tried to kill herself.

Labour Department watchdog Occupational Safety and Health confirmed it had investigated complaints and was monitoring the situation.

In Parliament yesterday, National MP Simon Power asked Miss Clark if she had confidence in Ms Dyson in her roles as ACC minister and associate minister for social development and employment. Miss Clark said she did, because Ms Dyson was a hard-working and conscientious minister. Ms Dyson had answered the written question about ACC work-related stress on the basis of information she was given, Miss Clark said.

"I understand that ACC have acknowledged to the minister that they should have provided her with better background to explain the complexity," she said.

http://www.stuff.co....64a6160,00.html
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#45 User is offline   jocko 

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Posted 05 May 2004 - 05:30 AM

A hard working and conscientious Minister. Yet she has a ministerial writing team that answers all her requests for information about ACC. ACC provides ALL the answers to any complaint. She just reads them out. That is hard work? Conscientious? That is an affront. A conscientious minister would have ordered immediate and comprehensive research and investigation of these accusations.
Her port folio as minister in care of the disabled means she has a humanitarian obligation to place the disabled person first in her dealings with ACC. The claimant or policy holder should always be her first priority. This is not happening. So she is not hard working or conscientious. Helen is in a bind. She can't sack her that would be two ACC ministers in a row sacked for lying. All the maoris are away to join their new Queen Turia and form a new party. So she is running short of people to make minister of stand in the house and tell lies about ACC.
Another thing that is getting short is the fuse on the bomb that is ACC. So if something is not done about the embezzlement of ACC entitlements and National does not pay serious attention to this forum. Then it is going to blow up in their faces by the time they are elected. The way things have been with the paintings, corngate,immigration,ACC coverups etc. 5000 people marching on parliament at this moment; It makes you wonder and try to remember what it was that made the crown sack Gough Whitlams Labour Government in Australia.
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Posted 05 May 2004 - 08:21 AM

"I understand that ACC have acknowledged to the minister that they should have provided her with better background to explain the complexity," she said.


There we have it.
The PM and the minister are both stating acc havent done their job properly yet they continually defend them.

Clark and Dyson are treating the ordinary old NZ'er such as us like morons and hoping we wont notice an inept govt department.

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Posted 05 May 2004 - 10:26 AM

"I understand that ACC have acknowledged to the minister that they should have provided her with better background to explain the complexity," she said.

What this is, is nothing less than "The Buck Passing Process".
ACC has, as we all know, been misleading "their Boss's" for a long time.

L.D. got "THE AXE", what's the difference here ???. $$$$$$$'s no doubt.
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Posted 16 January 2007 - 08:37 PM

From the beginning for some of the newer readers this shows that it has not really changed.
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Posted 16 January 2007 - 08:57 PM

 doppelganger, on Jan 16 2007, 09:37 PM, said:

From the beginning for some of the newer readers this shows that it has not really changed.


See this

http://www.parliament.nz/en-NZ/PB/Debates/...e71339c5104.htm


8364 (2006). Heather Roy to the Minister for ACC (04 Jul 2006): How many personal grievance actions against the Accident Compensation Corporation were lodged with the Employment Court between 1 July 2005 and 1 July 2006; how many cases were employees successful?
Hon Ruth Dyson (Minister for ACC) replied: I refer the member to my response to PQ 8363 (2006).

8363 (2006). Heather Roy to the Minister for ACC (04 Jul 2006): How many personal grievance cases were raised with the Accident Compensation Corporation between 1 July 2005 and 1 July 2006; how many of these were contested by the Corporation?
Hon Ruth Dyson (Minister for ACC) replied: Employment matters are the responsibility of the chief
executive.

Ruth Dyson would not provide an answer and to date as far as I am aware still has not! In typical Dyson style...don't respond to anything that may make her baby ACC look bad!
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Posted 25 August 2007 - 07:30 PM

:wub: Hi everyone ...

Try life on our side of the fence ...

;) A survivor ...
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#51 User is offline   MadMac 

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Posted 22 September 2007 - 11:35 AM

:D
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Posted 22 September 2007 - 02:54 PM

"ACC has acknowledged it should have given ACC Minister Ruth Dyson better information to answer questions about .... "

Interesting stuff

Cheers MadMac

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