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We Won A Webby for our Documentary on workplace bullying!
A new workplace bullying movement is evolving. This year Unions successfully pushed three bills onto the Governors' desks of Tennessee, New Hampshire and California. Two…
Reprint from New Hampshire Public Radio July 28, 2014 Governor Maggie Hassan has vetoed a bill she called “well-intentioned” aimed at protecting public employees from…
Broward County Crime Commission’s all-day conference, Adult & Workplace Bullying, on July 24th I’m proud to be representing the National Workplace Bullying Coalition as one of the…
Lessons learned at the 2nd Annual Consortium on Abrasive Conduct in Higher Education [CACHE] My first documentary, Sandra’s Web, the intimate video letter from a homeless mother…
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. (more…)
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: (more…)
It’s important to know your rights…in many cases bullying IS already illegal
[Press Release from EEOC]
EEOC Explores Plight Of Older Workers In Current Economic Climate
Commission Hears Poignant Testimony of Employee Discharged After 31 Years, Panelists Discuss Scope of Age Discrimination
WASHINGTON— At a meeting held today, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission heard testimony that age discrimination is causing the nation’s older workers to have a difficult time maintaining and finding new employment, a problem exacerbated by the downturn in the economy. The number and percentage of age discrimination charges filed with the EEOC have grown, rising from 16,548 charges — 21.8 percent of all charges — filed in fiscal year 2006, to 22,778 —24.4 percent — in fiscal year 2009. (more…)