I work in a medical laboratory within the NHS, UK. We have someone with sociopathic personality working in our department. I myself have been unfortunate enough to have experienced unwanted attention from this person to the detriment of my health and my job status. However, other people suffer too and we have lost many good members of staff because of this person's behaviour. They simply leave. Management do not do anything about her as she is very manipulative and always able to make it seem to be the other person's fault. I don't like her going near my work, as I believe that she will do something to it if given the opportunity. Others have commented on strange things happening to their work. And they have got into serious trouble for it.
As it is a hospital this has the potential to cause harm to patients. But why do management not do anything about her, when there have been complaints over the course of many years. I think managers are scared of her. Lessons have clearly not been learned from cases such as Dr H. Shipman.
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