Posts Tagged ‘Minding the Workplace’
Thursday, September 26th, 2013
WBI’s colleague, Professor David Yamada of Suffolk University and author of the Healthy Workplace Bill, just published a great piece about the roots of American employment law.
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Tuesday, September 10th, 2013
We have explained in detail elsewhere why the Workplace Bullying Institute is not neutral in the war between unsolicited aggressors (bullies, mobbers) and involuntary victims (targets). WBI is target-centric. We’ve chosen sides. Bullies have their own powerful, funded support groups; they call them employers.
Now comes an eloquent letter from a bullied target posted by WBI colleague David Yamada at his Minding the Workplace blog. Lily, the author, explains painfully why she deserves our help. How could a caring human being believe otherwise?
Tags: David Yamada, Gary Namie, Minding the Workplace, workplace bullying, Workplace Bullying Institute
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