Posted on February 1, 2014 by Beverly Peterson
The definition of workplace bullying is difficult to pin down. Catherine Mattice sheds light on myths that block a true understanding.
Posted on January 11, 2014 by Beverly Peterson
Val Cade, a workplace consultant and author of Bully Free at Work (Clips from the interactive version of WhatKilledKevin.com)
Posted on July 3, 2013 by Beverly Peterson
unions and advocates have finally recognized that this type of approach can help protect workers. Municipalities like Ventura County (CA), Pima County (AZ), Hennepin County (MN) and others have only recently expanded discrimination and workplace violence policies to address bullying. Imagine how much suffering could have been spared if this approach had been embraced earlier on. But, what about workers in the private sector?
Posted on November 16, 2012 by Beverly Peterson
Below is the part of the Postal Service‘s “Stand up talks: respect in the workplace” campaign they provide for their employees that specifically addresses workplace bullying. Although gossiping is often considered bullying behavior, it is addressed as a separate topic. It will be interesting to see what type of impact this awareness raising effort has:
Posted on December 31, 2011 by Beverly Peterson
This New Years I’m giving thanks to all of you who have supported my work and helped me create a powerful network of websites and videos. Top on the list is my tech guru and videographer, Patrick Perrotto, who has always been there. He freely donated the use of his state of the art broadcast quality equipment and did much of the driving. Over the years we’ve been to Massachusetts, Texas, New Jersey, New York (numerous times), Virginia (numerous times), Pennsylvania and Canada and I even took a few solos to Wisconsin,… Read More
Posted on August 3, 2011 by Beverly Peterson
Video testimony of a woman who says she left her job in Human Resources because her boss bullied her and her health deteriorated. She now regrets that prior to her own experience an employee had come to her for help but she didn’t understand how devastating workplace bullying can be.