Posts Tagged ‘Connecticut’
Thursday, February 12th, 2015
Featured on Waterford, CT community television: Dr. Kathy Hermes. She discusses the bullying-caused suicide of dear friend Marlene Braun and the need for state legislation, the Healthy Workplace Bill.
Tags: abusive conduct, Connecticut, domestic violence, Healthy Workplace Bill, Kathy Hermes, legislation, workplace bullying
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Sunday, March 2nd, 2014
By Scott Whipple, The Bristol (CT) Press, March 1, 2014
NEW BRITAIN — Workplace bullying is back in the public eye.
According to a recent national survey, an overwhelming majority of Americans — 93 percent — support enactment of a new law that would protect workers from repeated abusive treatment at work. Only 1 percent strongly oppose such a measure.
“Because of the strong public support and stories from Connecticut citizens we are seeking sponsors in the state legislature to enact the Anti-Bullying Healthy Workplace Bill” said Katherine Hermes, state co-coordinator promoting the legislation.
Tags: Connecticut, Healthy Workplace Bill, Katherine Hermes, legislation, Peter Tercyak, workplace bullying
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Friday, March 15th, 2013
Watch Connecticut State Coordinator, Dr. Kathy Hermes, and citizen advocate Laura Lillian Dickerson (a friend of a bullied target), on Waterford CT community television.
Friday, August 6th, 2010
The massacre by Omar Thornton at Hartford Distributors in Manchester, CT is a “teachable moment” but not necessarily to advance awareness about workplace bullying as some claim.
Tags: Connecticut, employee theft, going postal, Hartford Distributors, Manchester, massacre, murders, Omar Thornton, shootings, Task Force on Workplace Bullying, Teamsters union, workplace bullying, workplace homicide
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