April 26th, 2012

Workplace Bullying Institute principals discuss the phenomenon

Linda Thomas, co-host

of the morning news show on KIRO-FM, Seattle,

interviewed Drs. Ruth and Gary Namie and received

tips from WBI Coach, Jessi Eden Brown.

Listen to the the April 26 broadcast.

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If you’re a target of workplace bullying, you can get personalized support from our coach, Jessi Eden Brown.


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  1. Addie Price says:

    Thank you so much for addressing this issue.  It is so devastating and demeaning to be bullied by the person that holds your livelyhood in their hands.  Hopefully this will empower people to stand up for themselves.  Please take a look at my blog:  http://addieprice.hubpages.com/hub/Its-A-Wonderful-Life-In-Cherokee-County  I would love to know your thoughts on this.

  2. Bullying in the workplace has been explained in different ways and as a result of this sometimes serious injuries and accidents are seen at workplaces. It is necessary that workplace bullying should be stopped and in case any worker is in stress as a result of this then he should claim for compensation. Any worker who is a victim of continuous bullying and is severe enough to cause significant stress can take the employer to  court and can claiming for personal injury.

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