Tomasz Lis spoke about the results of the inspection in “Newsweek”. “I don't expect an apology or even a reflection”

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What results have been presented by the National Labor Inspectorate after the inspection in “Newsweek”?

 Tomasz Lis spoke about the result of the inspection in

According to the portal “Radio Zet”, the National Labor Inspectorate (hereinafter: PIP) carried out an inspection in “Newsweek”, which was carried out in connection with the inappropriate behavior of Tomasz Lis, about which the employees of the magazine complained. Two people allegedly complained about Lisa's inappropriate behavior. How did the former editor comment the whole thing?

The dismissal of Tomasz Lis from “Newsweek”

The unexpected dismissal of Tomasz Lis from the post of editor-in-chief of Newsweek caused a great stir. It quickly turned out that the reason for the dismissal was to be the complaints of Lis' subordinates about his inappropriate behavior, which was supposed to be mobbing. The title owner has agreed to PIP to take care of the matter.

 Tomasz Lis spoke on the result of the inspection in the Newsweek. No I expect an apology or even a reflection & quot;

According to the information provided by “Rzeczpospolita”, the inspection by the National Labor Inspectorate lasted for almost a month (from June 29 to July 26). Ringier Axel Springer Polska has requested that the results of the proceedings be classified.

A survey was to be conducted among the employee, which was conducted under the supervision of an expert psychologist. 30 employees could take part in the survey, but 22 decided not to fill it in. From 8 completed questionnaires it appeared that only 2 people expressed reservations towards Lis.

The interested person himself referred to the results of PIP's proceedings, which were announced by “Rzeczpospolita”. Tomasz Lis posted his comment on the matter on social media.

“I do not expect an apology or even a reflection. As a Christian I have only one option – I forgive. But I do not know if I will ever be able to forget” – he wrote on Twitter.

What do you think of the whole thing?

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