New Hampshire Legislature Passes Workplace Bullying Law

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Back in February we highlighted union backed legislation that was pushing through New Hampshire. On June 4 it officially passed through the House and Senate. Similar to the bill that whizzed through Tennessee, HB 0591  is limited to Public Employees and emphasizes the need to implement policies and training. We would all love to see stand alone legislation with all the protections employees deserve but this growing trend that focuses on finding ways to pass legislation has infused energy and movement into a previously stalled campaign. And, more importantly, workers are beginning to have… Read More

Tennessee Enacts Law to Prevent Workplace Bullying – But…

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Tennessee becomes the first state to pass the Healthy Workplace Act. It’s a bittersweet victory. Policies alone are not as effective in preventing abusive conduct as those that carry threat of litigation.

California Could Be First State To Take On Workplace Bullying

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Milestone legislation requiring employers with 50+ employees add workplace bullying to already existing harassment training and education is making great headway in California. Stepping up legislation already on the books is long overdue. This bill is sponsored by Assembly Member Lorena Gonzalez and fueled by the efforts of Teamsters Local 2010, the Union of Clerical and Allied Service Workers of the University of California. Last month Union members testified at the State Capitol in support of the bill and received a unanimous bipartisan vote out of committee:

Did Victim of Workplace Bullying Fake Mental Injuries?


This disturbing article by Noel Towell in the Sydney Morning Herald presents the story of a man who claimed an abusive boss left him in need of electroshock therapy countered by the healthy picture of this same man on surveillance DVDs gathered by his employer:

New Jersey Experts Offer Multiple Solutions To End Workplace Bullying


In a few weeks we’re taking what we believe is a huge step forward. April 4, NJ State Senator Linda Greenstein will headline “WORKPLACE BULLYING: SEEKING SOLUTIONS,” a half-day convention at Rutgers School of Law-Newark. The event brings together legal experts for both business interests and employees, labor leaders, business consultants and others deeply committed to preventing this type of abuse in order to talk frankly and share best practices. New Jersey is just the beginning.

New Jersey Takes On Workplace Bullying With April 4th Convention!

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Registration is now open! WORKPLACE BULLYING: SEEKING SOLUTIONS Friday, April 4, 2014: Rutgers School of Law-Newark, 123 Washington Street, Newark, NJ 07102 PART I – EMPLOYERS’ & EMPLOYEES’ PERSPECTIVES [Noon to 3pm] Featuring: Catherine Mattice, MA, SPHR Author – “BACK OFF! Your Kick Ass Guide to Ending Bullying at Work” ________________________________________________________________ PART II – WORKPLACE BULLYING: LAW IN NEW JERSEY [3pm to 5pm] Featuring: NJ State Senator Linda Greenstein Sponsor – Healthy Workplace Act S280 In Partnership with Rutgers Institute for Professional Education (IPE) and Rutgers Labor and Employment Law Society (2.0 Continuing Legal Education credits) Full Program &… Read More


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