The manager of a Tasmanian aged care facility that came under the spotlight during the royal commission into the industry has been stood down pending investigation into allegations of staff harassment.
- The facility manager of an aged care home in Tasmania’s north has been stood down pending an investigation
- Glenn Barnes had only been at Glenara Lakes since January this year
- The union representing workers at the home say Mr Barnes has been the subject of 12 complaints
In a memo to staff at the Glenara Lakes facility, near Launceston, Southern Cross Care Tasmania chief executive Robyn Boyd said manager Glenn Barnes had been “suspended from duties … pending a full investigation into allegations of staff harassment and misconduct”.