Six soldiers have been sacked by the army for bad behaviour.
The chief of the Army, Lieutenant-General David Morrison, has stated that
"The standard of behaviour we expect of our serving members is clear.
"It is also clear that if you engage in misconduct, or you fail to uphold the Army's standards, then you will be held to account," he said.
This number brings to 122 the number of soldiers who "have engaged in conduct which is inconsistent with the Army's values of courage, initiative, respect and teamwork, and the standards of behaviour that we demand of all members of our army," Lieutenant-General Morrison said.
|Lt Gen Morrison|
According to the Uni website, members of the university community are committed to the values of
As a staff member at the University of Newcastle,
- You can plagiarise students' or colleagues' research
- You can isolate and ostracise staff physically and psychologically
- You can soft mark
- You can spread gossip about staff you want to get rid of
- You can steal items from locked staff offices
- You can use your research students' funds as your own
- You can cover up staff sexual harassment of international students
- You can publish research without the permission of participants
- You can employ the person you want, rather than the person who fulfills the selection criteria
- You can ignore any conflict of interest
- You can ignore safety issues to maintain the image of the group/school/department.
- You can rely on the extensive coffers of the University's legal unit to support you if a complaint is made.
- You can freely humiliate or criticise or ridicule other staff and students.
- You you can prevent them from claiming entitlements (e.g. leave).
- You can stop them attending workshops, conferences, and meetings.
- You can prevent them from entering their own offices and continuing their work.
The Australian Army under the leadership of Lt-Gen David Morrison is obviously WAY WAY ahead of The University of Newcastle.