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We Won A Webby for our Documentary on workplace bullying!
Given the epidemic of toxic workplaces in the healthcare industry it shouldn’t surprise viewers that the second season of HBO’s “Getting On” opened with the topic…
City of Tuscaloosa adopts policy against workplace bullying Reprinted from FOX 6, Oct 15, 2014 3:34 PM EDT The Tuscaloosa City Council has approved…
Workplace bullying has been linked to severe anxiety, depression and even suicide. Today is Mental Health Day. Take the pledge to be bully-free. http://www.stopthatnow.org Continue…
October is Bullying Awareness Month. Sign the Pledge to be Bully-Free at Work Continue reading →
“…Managers must foster an environment of integrity, honesty and respect. This includes creating a work environment that is free from discrimination, harassment, intimidation or bullying of any kind. This type of behavior will not be tolerated and is inconsistent with our values and the Code of Conduct…” BNY MBNA Code of Conduct
Corporate Codes of Conduct
While the U.S. may not have a law in place yet to protect workers from the devastating impact of workplace bullying — or even an agreed upon definition — there are major corporations that recognize the vital role of mutual respect and professionalism. The recent decision of Mark A. Kuzma (Plaintiff) v. MBNA Institutional PA Services, LLC (Defendant) brings home just how powerful these corporate “Codes Of Conduct” can be. According to court papers, Kuzma was terminated by MBNA for repeated breeches of professional conduct as outlined in this 2007 memo Kuzma received putting him on notice:
Workplace bullying is a hot media topic and a growing number of organizations, cities, and communities have folded bullying into existing harassment policies. But, independent surveys keep reflecting a rise in abusive work relationships. Why? A survey conducted by Leadership, Employment and Direction (L.E.A.D) may shed some light on what’s going on here in the U.S. Here’s an excerpt from an article in Hospitality Magazine on the survey’s result: (more…)