Posted on May 13, 2014 by Beverly Peterson
Even though the 2013 report, Civility in America, showed a sharp decline in workplace incivility in the last two years “there has been a 30% increase in Americans reporting they have quit a job because it was an uncivil workplace.” This increase in job shifts is surprising because a similar decline was found by the Workplace Bullying Institute in relationship to more abusive situations; down from 13% in 2007 to just 7% in 2014.
Posted on October 11, 2013 by Beverly Peterson
Psychology Today’s new review of WhatKilledKevin.com was posted today! “It is a brilliant use of technology for which Peterson was awarded Best TransMedia Website at the 2013UFVA “Story First Conference,” and has been praised by The Washington Post for showing how complicated human relationships can be when explored in depth.” Check out the review: Documentary Asks Troubling Questions About Bullying Don’t forget to leave a comment on the PT article letting them know what you think…
Posted on September 30, 2013 by Beverly Peterson
New book offers advice and tips on legal options and coping for targets of workplace bullying.
Posted on March 10, 2013 by Beverly Peterson
Top 3 popular definitions of workplace bullying that are doing more harm than good.
Posted on February 22, 2013 by Beverly Peterson
If you think the C-Suite isn’t aware of the havoc abusive bosses heap on their employees, think again. According to the startling results of the 2013 Zogby Survey conducted for the Workplace Bullying Institute just *15% of upper management still clings to the outmoded idea that bullying only happens in schools and playgrounds — and perhaps for those lucky few that’s true. In fact, nearly *70% recognize it is a serious problem. Unfortunately, despite this welcome increase in corporate insight, those of us who have been on the receiving end of abusive behavior… Read More
Posted on December 10, 2012 by Beverly Peterson
Woo Hoo! Who cares what google search page we show up on? You should because we are fighting to highlight and promote diverse voices and alternative approaches to prevent workplace bullying and make your life safer. And, we did this without funding, advertising, or revenues. Word of mouth still rules! If you keep seeking us out on Google we’ll be there for you: