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AMP’s behaviour ‘unacceptable’ says lawyer for former employee – Sydney Morning Herald

Negotiations over the release of the sexual harassment report detailing complaints against top AMP executive Boe Pahari have reached a stalemate.



AMP has consistently stood by Mr Pahari’s promotion and downplayed the severity of the complaint, calling it a lower level code of conduct breach.
Ms Szlakowski went public this week to criticise AMP’s characterisation of events, claiming it trivialised the traumatic experience and was misleading.
About 8.30am on Wednesday morning, AMP’s lawyers sought Ms Szlakowski’s consent to release the reports’ findings via an email to her Australian lawyers, Maurice Blackburn. One hour later, before Maur…

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