Got A Bad Boss? Protect Your Health!

Please check out this infographic courtesy of Compliance and Safety:

University Workers Complain Workplace Bullying Policies Fall Short

When Policies Don’t Work I would give anything to have the U.S. replicate the broad national investigation of abuse in our work cultures that Australia is currently undergoing.  [sign our petition] At least we can watch from halfway around the world and learn from information being presented.  Because, one of the issues being discussed is that policies in the workplace need certain components if they are going to be effective.   Unfortunately, here in America the most popular template for legislation, the Healthy Workplace Bill, doesn’t even require employers to put policies… Read More

Does HR Respond To Workplace Bullying Complaints?

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DEAR MR. PRESIDENT: “HELP US! We’re being bullied out of our jobs…”

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(Personal comments from an online petition created by a coalition fighting workplace bullying that asks the Obama Administration to enact uniform national legislation or regulation in response to the devastating impact of workplace bullying.   Each signature generates an email sent directly to President Obama and Secretary of State, Hilda Solis.) Tragically this is only a small sampling of the stories woven among thousands and thousands of signatures.  (Some comments are excerpted) #6936 ah yes. i remember that boss i had who screamed at me that i couldn’t quit (quite intimidating about it; i… Read More

Our Top 2011 Posts on Workplace Bullying

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This year our most popular posts continue to cover a wide range of topics and issues related to workplace bullying.  We  continue to focus on our mission to critique and offer new voices and alternatives to the current dialogue.   Two 2010 posts ( about Mediation & OSHA ) are still extremely popular.  Here’s a recap for 2011:

Bill 168: Workplace threats lead to dismissal for just cause

Ontario’s new workplace violence legislation applied to city employee’s threats against co-worker by Norm Keith (reprinted with permission) The first important decision arising from the Bill 168 amendments to Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) has determined verbal threats of workplace violence constitute violence under the new law, which came into force on June 15, 2010.

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