Paul Streets: Bullying is not just a ‘big charity’ problem


It’s been hard to read the voluntary sector press in the past year without seeing the discussion on bullying.


While much of the dialogue has been about large charities, it would be wrong to see this as a big charity problem.


It may be more publicly visible in larger organisations, but small charities are not immune.

Indeed, the pressures small charities experience, such as overwhelming demand, scarce resources, vicarious contractual terms – often dependent on the next contract confirmed (or not) days before the end of the last one – can lead to poor management practice.


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