Institute of Directors' chair steps aside amid racism and bullying claims
The chair of one of Britain’s most influential business groups has temporarily stepped aside amid an investigation into alleged bullying and racist comments she allegedly made about staff.
Barbara Judge, 71, chair of the Institute of Directors, is facing 41 allegations, which also include sexism, according to the Times.
Judge told the Times last night that she had “voluntarily decided to step aside temporarily from my role as chair and contest these allegations and the flawed process conducted so far”.
She said the investigation had not given her the opportunity to respond to the claims.... read more
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