New Jersey Takes On Workplace Bullying With April 4th Convention!

Registration is now open!


Friday, April 4, 2014: Rutgers School of Law-Newark, 123 Washington Street, Newark, NJ 07102


Featuring: Catherine Mattice, MA, SPHR
Author – “BACK OFF! Your Kick Ass Guide to Ending Bullying at Work”


greenstein_colorPART II – WORKPLACE BULLYING: LAW IN NEW JERSEY [3pm to 5pm]

Featuring: NJ State Senator Linda Greenstein
Sponsor – Healthy Workplace Act S280

In Partnership with Rutgers Institute for Professional Education (IPE) and Rutgers Labor and Employment Law Society (2.0 Continuing Legal Education credits)

Full Program & Registration Links

For additional information contact:

Convention Chair Judge Sue Pai Yang (retired)
National Workplace Bullying Coalition

(908) 800-2034

Sponsors to date include:

NJ AFL-CIO; CWA Local 1036; Aurora Foundation of Southern Arizona; Rotary International District 7510 representing 42 Rotary Clubs in NJ – Capital District; Asian Pacific American Lawyers Assoc. of NJ; OCA NJ; NJ Asian American Law Enforcement Officers Assoc.; Somerset County Cultural Diversity Coalition; Council of NJ State College Locals, AFT AFL-CIO; South Asian Bar Assoc.; Diversity Committee of the NJ State Bar Assoc.; NJ Coalition for Bullying Awareness and Prevention; Montclair State University – Presidents’ Commission on Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity & Diversity; Rutgers School of Law – Newark Student Organizations: Rutgers Labor and Employment Law Society and Asian Pacific American Law Students Assoc.

2 thoughts on “New Jersey Takes On Workplace Bullying With April 4th Convention!

  1. This is wonderful, I did not know that this very serious issue is being addressed here in NJ. As a target of work place bullying, I can tell you this is a very big problem, on the management level as well as the co-worker level. Good luck in spreading informative information on this issue.


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