National Park Service employees told consultants hired by the agency in 2018 that they felt disrespected, consistently witnessed or experienced abusive behavior and generally were subject to a toxic work environment. But agency leadership never disclosed the results of that review internally or externally. The report came to light only after Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility disclosed it on Monday. NPS subsequently distributed it to employees and posted it on its website. PEER accused NPS of seeking to bury the report, and while the agency said it has made progress on improving its culture, it conceded the report’s delayed release could have negative consequences.
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