Posts Tagged ‘massacre’
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
Posted in Fairness & Social Justice Denied | 17 Archived Comments | Post A Comment (
Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010
Please check out this film! The Drs. Namie and the WBI Legislative Campaign are featured. It’s a documentary that begins with post office homicide and then introduces bullying as a potential toxic feature of the work environment that can set the stage for violence.
“Delivers a potent mix of shocking truth, honest analysis and dark humor”
COMING TO THEATERS IN 2010
Feature documentary Murder by Proxy: How America Went Postal offers a provocative examination of the possible role of hostile work environments in mass murder incidents, starting with the earliest USPS mass murder-suicide in 1986.
At a time when tensions are rising again in the Postal Service and in other workplaces across America, Murder By Proxy is a simply a must-see film.
Spread the word, forward the link to this announcement to your friends
Tags: bullying, going postal, massacre, Murder by Proxy, USPS, violence
Posted in Events & Appearances, Fairness & Social Justice Denied, Hear Ye! Hear Ye! 2 | 2 Archived Comments | Post A Comment (