Thu, 14 Jun 2012 5:27a.m.
ACC Minister Judith Collins is trying to repair the corporation's ruined reputation and says she will make it more user-friendly.
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10/09/2012 4:21:47 p.m.
the minister of uselessness shoudl axe herself, her tenure has been notable for nothing
15/06/2012 2:02:22 p.m.
Hi Mrs Collins,
I am deeply concerned regarding your Interview of Campbell Live the other night Re ACC Claimants.
Your comments that we should just all back to work, as a a Injured Claimant i feel that you directly need to have have more of a open mind, its not that easy to just get a job when you have serious injuries.
Now i have seen your true side, so please now step aside or get this mess sorted out ASAP regarding the really bad culture you have at ACC.
15/06/2012 12:20:02 a.m.
Start the cleanup at ACC with your resignation Ms Collins then the new Minister can start with the attitudes of your senior staff. ACC policy states it will treat all claimants with respect and courtesy. What a load of absolute crap. The dealings with this department has been nothing but stressful and demoralising(and I am only the support person). And those of you who want to ask for an independant review of any decisions that ACC make -don't bother, because here is another 'crock'. Their independant panel consists of people who investigate and listen to only one side of the story - ACC's not yours, believe me.
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