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Cafe owner at centre of bullying allegations steps down to assess future –

Sam Crofskey will take “professional advice around workplace culture” and assess his “fit in the company”.



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The embattled owner of a Christchurch cafe at the centre of dozens of allegations of bullying from former staff is temporarily stepping down from the company to assess his future.
Sam Crofskey, owner of C1 Espresso on High St, has faced a flood of complaints from former employees in recent days after student Levi Painter posted online of her experiences at the coffee shop.
Ex-staff have accused him of bullying, not allowing required breaks, asking inappropriate questions in interviews, and discouraging…

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