NDP Leader Rachel Notley (Photo: Connect FM File)
Alberta NDP Leader Rachel Notley has apologized to party members following complaints about the treatment of NDP staff and volunteers.
An internal letter written three months ago by 15 New Democrat constituency presidents and regional vice-presidents called for an independent third-party review of what they called a pattern of mistreatment.
Notley said during a speech yesterday to the NDP provincial council that complaints will be investigated by an external firm, and that an independent body will review the NDP's human resources policies to ensure they have ``robust policies and proper codes of conduct in place.''
She further promised that all of the party's executive staff, including her, will take additional workplace training.
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