Money CPA boss Alex Malley accused of workplace bullying

01:11  16 june  2017
01:11  16 june  2017 Source:   MSN

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  CPA boss Alex Malley accused of workplace bullying © Provided by ABC Business After weeks of intense criticism over his management of accounting body CPA Australia, high-profile CEO Alex Malley is now facing allegations of bullying.

It adds to the chaos surrounding the not-for-profit organisation which has seen six directors, including the chairman, quit the board in the last fortnight.

Mr Malley has also been forced to defend his $1.8 million salary and the big pay packets of other executives and board members.

And there is growing anger among the organisation's roughly 150,000 members, who feel that money is not being well spent.

'Aggressive, vulgar language you wouldn't expect'

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Now CPA Australia's former executive general manager, Tony Gleeson, has spoken out.

"The brand has been damaged and the brand is the most important thing," he told 7.30.

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He said the organisation changed when Mr Malley took over as CEO.

"A number of cases were reported to me of accusations around bullying, of staff being bullied," Mr Gleeson said.

"Poor language. Aggressive, vulgar language that you wouldn't expect in a business world."

The ABC is aware of three staff complaints. Ultimately each complainant left the organisation.

7.30 has obtained internal emails about some of these complaints.

One staff member complained they "felt belittled and bullied" by Mr Malley's behaviour.

Mr Gleeson believes he was made redundant because he pursued one of the complaints.

"I was made redundant very soon after raising my concerns," he said.

"I was effectively made redundant with less than an hour's notice."

Bullying allegations denied

CPA Australia said it had no record of two of the complaints 7.30 has been told of.

In a statement it said: "We have in place rigorous HR policies and procedures to support a collaborative culture."

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"We take any issues of inappropriate conduct, including workplace bullying, extremely seriously."

And while it said it could not discuss details of individual cases, it said there had been an independent, external review of a third complaint put to the organisation by the ABC.

It said "the allegations were not substantiated and the CEO was completely vindicated".

'Allow the organisation to renew'

Some believe the criticism of Mr Malley has now reached crisis point.

Speaking about the financial management of CPA, former CPA director Marcia O'Neill said it was time for him to step down.

"He should resign," she told 7.30.

"He should allow the organisation to renew and refresh.

"The board should commission an inquiry and everything should be out there, in the open and transparent.

"It is very deep and very wide, the concern at the top end of town — by CPAs in very key and senior positions, and non-CPAs who are watching it play out."

Among the many things which have raised the ire of members is a subsidiary called CPA Australia Advice, which was established to licence accountants to provide financial advice.

It has been haemorrhaging money.

"I know it's a start-up, but 44K revenue, 25 licence holders and losses of 5.69 million. It's pretty unsustainable," Ms O'Neill said.

But CPA Australia is backing its new venture.

"As with any new business there is going to be upfront investments," it said in a statement to 7.30.

This week the CPA's board held a marathon urgent meeting to deal with the growing controversy, and a major announcement is expected on Friday.

But it may be too late.

"The trust is going," Ms O'Neill said.

"And that is a terribly high cost for what is a very highly esteemed profession, and it's losing that esteem."

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