Craft beer firm, BrewDog, has apologised to former employees who accused the company and its co-founder James Watt of fostering a “culture of fear” where workers were bullied and “treated like objects”.
In an open letter former workers alleged that BrewDog’s growth resulted in cutting corners on health and safety, failing to live by its values, and creating a “toxic” culture that left staff suffering from mental illness.
Watt said “We are committed to doing better, not just as a reaction to this, but always; and we are going to reach out to our entire team past and present to learn more. But most of all, right now, we are sorry.”
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