September 25th, 2014

Get ready for WBI Freedom from Workplace Bullies Week: Oct 19-25

Freedom From Workplace Bullies WeekFreedom Week is a chance to break through the shame and silence that shrouds workplace bullying. No one asks to be targeted, to be dominated, to be humiliated. The psychological assaults harm the person’s health and the health and well being of families, too.

Bullying at work is most like the phenomenon of domestic violence. [October is also Domestic Violence Awareness Month.] It is abuse where the abuser is on the payroll. Coworkers and employers notoriously ignore it. Through their indifference, they tacitly support and encourage it. Employers suffer no consequences because workplace bullying is not yet illegal in the U.S.

Freedom Week is a time to be daring and bold. Do something!

Tell WBI what you have planned and we will announce it here at the website.

Visit the Freedom Week site to learn what different groups can do.

Downloadable 2014 WBI Freedom Week Flyers

Freedom Flyer Format #1
Freedom Flyer Format #2
Freedom Flyer Format #3


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  1. ana says:

    Walmart employee took the employer to court and won the case for bulling at work. But the bully boss is still protected by Walmart and working as a Manager at another store. In Canada we have Stop Bullying Day – Blue Shirt day on October 17th. Four municipalities are raising the Blue Flag to observe this day. Blue is the colour for communication.

    Walmart Storey on CBC Television
    Founder/ President
    Anti Bully Support Group Canada Since 2010

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