Friday, June 29, 2018
Two Years Later, Workplace Culture in The Episcopal Church is Still Broken
In 2016, the Episcopal News Service, reporting on the wake of the firing of several top-level Episcopal Church officials, ran an article outlining findings that workplace culture in Episcopal Church headquarters were seriously troubled. Among the findings reported: That employees found it difficult to do what the considered to be ethical.
Despite that, two years later the church still permits retaliation for filing a Title IV complaint, for example.
That begs the question: Why isn’t the issue getting more attention at General Convention? Why, for instance, is there no action on codifying whistleblower protections in church canons?
Here is the original article, found at https://livingchurch.org/2016/09/15/fear-mistrust-resentment/.