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Friday, November 16th, 2012
Workplace Bullies: Back Off! by Rick Badie, Atlanta Journal Constitution editor, Nov. 15, 2012
Last week, Fulton County banned bullying in the workplace, making it a firable offense. The director of a workplace institute praises Commissioner Bill Edwards, who proposed the rules for addressing the harm bullying inflicts on victims and the work environment. While a criminal justice professor applauds anti-bullying policies’ intent, he says they aren’t an instant answer. And another professor suggests that Georgia adopt legislation geared to deter bullying.
1. Fulton takes stand against bullying by Gary Namie, WBI Director
2. Bullying policies aren’t magic bullet by Sameer Hinduja, associate professor, criminal justice, Florida Atlantic University
3. Concern rises over bullying in the workplace by David Yamada, founding director of the New Workplace Institute at Suffolk University Law School and Professor of Law.
Tags: Atlanta Journal Constitution, David Yamada, Fulton County, Rick Badie, Sameer Hinduja, William Edwards, workplace bullying policy
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