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Types of Bullies from The Bully At Work by the Drs. Namie

Friday, September 21st, 2012

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Workplace Bullying Institute principals discuss the phenomenon

Thursday, April 26th, 2012

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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The Namies discuss workplace bullying on Seattle TV

Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

New Day Northwest show host Margaret Larson discusses workplace bullying on KING-TV, Seattle on March 22, 2012 with Dr. Ruth Namie and Dr. Gary Namie, founders of the Bellingham, WA-based Workplace Bullying Institute.

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U takes on workplace bullying: Faculty and staff are learning how to recognize and address bullying.

Thursday, March 8th, 2012

By Meghan O’Connor
Minnesota Daily
March 08, 2012

Employers nationwide increasingly have had to implement policies to handle concerns beyond typical workplace dilemmas –– or what’s now called workplace bullying.

This week, the University of Minnesota’s Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action held a session about the issue to ensure staff and faculty know how to recognize and address it.

The University’s Office of Human Resources defines bullying as an imbalance of power and the intent to cause harm and repetition. It is not outlined in Minnesota state laws like harassment or discrimination.

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Workplace Bullying Institute 2011 Accomplishments

Saturday, December 31st, 2011

One WBI goal is to educate everyone — the affected individuals, employers and lawmakers — about Workplace Bullying. Acknowledgment of its existence and preventability necessarily precedes corrective action. Our momentum accelerated in 2011, all thanks to new staff, new consultants and new State Coordinators who expanded our repertoire. What a year! Here’s the year-end review.
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Why the U.S. needs, and we are advocates for, the Healthy Workplace Bill

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

As of Nov. 22, 2011, there are 12 states carrying 18 versions of our anti-bullying Healthy Workplace Bill sponsored by hundreds of state legislators of both political parties. You can see for yourself by visiting the website for the national Healthy Workplace Campaign. Learn about the bill here. We also address criticisms of the HWB.

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Gary and Ruth Namie: An Interview by Bob Morris

Tuesday, September 6th, 2011

Gary Namie (Ph.D., Social Psychology) and Ruth Namie (Ph.D., Clinical Psychology) started the U.S. workplace bullying movement in mid-1997 after Ruth’s personal experience at the hands of a tyrannical woman supervisor in a psychiatry clinic.

The Drs. Namie began the first and only U.S. research, education, advocacy and consulting organization — the Workplace Bullying Institute (WBI, workplacebullying.org) now in Bellingham, Washington. Their current books areThe Bullying-Free Workplace (2011, Wiley) for employers and The Bully At Work (2009, Sourcebooks) for bullied individuals. WBI regularly conducts research, including the scientific 2010 & 2007 U.S. Workplace Bullying Surveys and online large sample studies. As the go-to experts, WBI has been featured on U.S. and Canadian network and local TV, national and local newspapers, business magazines and radio, with nearly 1,000 interviews.

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New Employer Workplace Bullying Videos

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

2-DVD Set: A Primer for Managers

with The Bully-Free Workplace




The Bully-Free Workplace by Gary and Ruth Namie

Raising Employee Awareness DVD

with The Bully at Work


The Bully At Work by Gary and Ruth Namie

Videos can be purchased separately or together for a discounted price. A third option is to bundle one or both videos with the Namies' books -- The Bully-Free Workplace (for leaders and managers) and/or The Bully At Work (for individuals) for training participants.

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New Book for employers plagued by workplace bullying

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

The Bully-Free Workplace: Stop Jerks, Weasels & Snakes from Killing Your Organization can now be purchased online through the links provided at the book’s website page given below. This is the long-awaited (and our 3rd) book that describes what it takes to energize leaders, managers and champions to tackle bullying. It also describes the Namies’ process used as specialists in the consulting field they started in 1998. THIS IS THE BOOK YOU SLIP UNDER THE EXECUTIVE’S DOOR TO WAKE HIM OR HER UP!

You can read about the new book and order HERE.

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Online nonprofit takes on workplace bullying

Thursday, April 21st, 2011

Washington County native and his wife go after it with online effort

By Janice Crompton, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Thursday, April 21, 2011

When Tom Shannon accepted a job 15 years ago, he expected to raise his family and retire after a long, satisfying career.

But instead, the 51-year-old information technology specialist from Butler County found himself confronted with what he describes as an alcoholic, abusive supervisor who, he said, eventually drove him from his job — and nearly out of his mind.

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