In Geneva, the André-Chavanne College is sinking into an ever more acute crisis

In Geneva, the André-Chavanne College is sinking into an ever more acute crisis
In Geneva, the André-Chavanne College is sinking into an ever more acute crisis

Published on May 14, 2024 at 5:40 p.m. / Modified on May 14, 2024 at 5:41 p.m.

The deleterious work climate which has poisoned the André-Chavanne College and Business School (CEC) for six months now is deteriorating further. At the center of attention, the “strong dissatisfaction” aroused by the director, Joyce Mallet, according to an internal survey. Arriving in 2022 at the head of the establishment located on the right bank in Geneva, she was the target of racist tags, discovered last December in the teacher’s room the day after an evening between teachers. A complaint is currently being investigated. In the process, a former dean and a retired teacher wrote letters criticizing his management without ever having worked under his leadership. The said letters were posted everywhere in the master’s room and, there too, a criminal complaint for defamation was filed.

Read also: Targeted by racist tags in December, the director of Collège André-Chavanne is once again the target of attacks

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