Posted on January 11, 2014 by Beverly Peterson
(10:45) Tracey was just two years shy of retirement when her new boss was hired. According to Tracey the new management style included isolation and psychological intimidation.
Posted on February 8, 2013 by Beverly Peterson
Posted on August 28, 2012 by Beverly Peterson
Hilda Solis, U.S. Secretary of Labor, says Labor Rights Week is a time “to rededicate ourselves to make workplaces fair and safe.” Please sign the national petition and tell her we need the Department of Labor to help employees suffering in abusive work environments. Each signature generates an individual email that is sent directly to both Solis and Obama. The petition is covered with thousands of tragic stories of suffering that Solis needs to help prevent:
Posted on August 15, 2012 by Beverly Peterson
Whistleblower Films & Documentaries Thank you! Someone out there posted THERE OUGHTA BE A LAW: NoJobIsWorthThis.com on the Labor Film Database in the “whistleblowers” category sitting between The Informant and Silkwood. Here’s one of the short documentaries from our site that features Marlene Braun. “What began as a policy dispute — to graze or not to graze livestock on the fragile Carrizo grasslands — became a morass of environmental politics and office feuding that Braun was convinced threatened both her future and the landscape she loved.” LA Times, August 20, 2005″
Posted on July 15, 2012 by Beverly Peterson
I met Beth through our warm and supportive Facebook Group which encourages targets, past and present, to share information and resources with each other. Beth is publicly sharing her powerful story, printed below, to help raise awareness about the devastating impact of abusive workplaces. She did reach out to the EEOC but says they couldn’t help because her employer was able to make the case that her termination was based on business protocol. The same hurdle is required in the pending legislation she is lobbying for. So, from that perspective, we ask what might… Read More
Posted on June 30, 2012 by Beverly Peterson
It’s a cyber wall of corporate shame. Thousands of victims of abusive workplaces have left their tragic tales on a national petition demanding a solution for this silent epidemic. Find your representative and send them a copy of the Care2 petition bearing over 7600 signatures. Ask them to join the fight to stop workplace bullying. If you’ve experienced this abuse first hand or have expertise in this area you can add your own information as well.