Finding new voices and new ideas

I’m a documentary filmmaker/journalist and since 2007 I’ve been traveling around the country interviewing experts, researchers, legislators, advocates, victims/targets, alleged bullies, business & HR reps, journalists and many others about workplace bullying. I’ve also had the honor of screening my work and taking part in panels that highlight the need to prevent workplace bullying. Recently I helped found the National Workplace Bullying Coalition which is kicking off a national dialog with it’s “Workplace Bullying: Seeking Solutions” convention in New Jersey April 4, 2014 at Rutgers School of Law-Newark. Here on this blog you can… Read More

Government Shutdown Will Halt EEOC Discrimination Investigations…

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The shutdown is looming and hanging over us with a deadline that’s just a few hours away — this HUFFINGTON POST article has important information for those of you filing discrimination claims with the EEOC. The impact on OSHA puts workplace safety in jeopardy.

Justice Ginsburg Stands Up For Abused Employees

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Today’s Supreme Court decision just made that harder and a second “get out of jail free” card was awarded to businesses when SCOTUS narrowed the definition of whether that jerk harassing you is “technically” your supervisor. In what the Huffington Post called a “rare move,” Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg told the court: “Both decisions dilute the strength of Title VII in ways Congress could not have intended,” said Ginsburg, who then called on Congress to change the law to overturn the court.”

Mike Rice and Prevention Policies #FAIL

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Mike Rice and the failure of Rutger’s workplace violence policy to protect students and co-workers.

Chipping Away At Unions: “the Employers’ Bill of Rights”

Revealing The Secrets Of Mental Illness At Work

…more than one in four American adults has a diagnosable mental health disorder, and one in seventeen has a serious disorder such as schizophrenia orbipolar disorder, but chances are co-workers or managers don’t know who they are… [Psychology Today] Skyworks Charitable Foundation uses documentary film to bring this issue forward in their social change intiative, Working Life. The online web videos provide heartwarming and insightful portraits of “four adults who grew up in families struggling with mental health difficulties. They reflect on some of the challenges facing their parents, both as parents and as… Read More

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