Leadership | Kate Middleton's mum accused of 'bombarding' staff with 71 emails a day

Kate Middleton's mum accused of 'bombarding' staff with 71 emails a day

Emailing back and forth is an integral part of any business. Employees use this method to bounce ideas off one another, organise meetings and discuss internal and external problems.

However, The Duchess of Cambridge’s mum, Carole Middleton – who owns the celebratory supplies firm Party Pieces - has come under fire for allegedly ‘bombarding’ staff with 71 emails a day and for slashing their pay cheques to compensate for time spent at the dentist – the Sun reports.

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Comments (1)

  • LP
    LP
    Mon, 8 Apr 2019 2:10pm BST
    Bombarding staff with emails may be unintended or intentional. Notwithstanding, it leads to unnecessary high stress levels, and lack of productivity, and is therefore not an acceptable work practice. It is a sign of laziness, poor information sharing, and management, as well as poor HRM. Furthermore, if does not demonstrate responsible leadership.