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More than a quarter stated that they had already left a job because of a boss's conduct towards them and one in five that they had been mistreated by a manager in the past.
THE pictures of Iraqi prisoners being mistreated are shocking,and will have done untold harm to our cause in the Middle East.
If you allow a physician to mistreat staff or patients, someone may get revenge by hinting that clinical care was inappropriate or even malpractice.
''Instead of PLWDs getting their 30 per cent share in government, they were being mistreated by only being awarded three per cent,'' Inimah said.
Some children mistreat their parents as though they were their peers.
Sponsors who mistreat their maids must be punished severely under the full weight of the law.
Army private Lynndie England, shown in photographs smiling and pointing at naked Iraqi prisoners, has been charged by the military with assaulting the detainees and conspiring to mistreat them.
In our country when you mistreat a foreigner, you (the one mistreating the foreigner) go to jail and they take you to court.
It is illegal to mistreat animals over there but there are not the funds to police it.
On the other hand, sales persons in sometimes insult or mistreat customers whom they think belong low classes, he added.
Col Mendonca had been accused of failing to ensure his men did not mistreat Iraqi detainees in Basra in September 2003.
Medic Nada Dhaif also claimed she saw the male defendant mistreat another doctor, Ghassan Dhaif.