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WBI Podcast 37: De-Stigmatizing Workplace Bullying

Friday, January 3rd, 2014

Watch for another sign of progress in the campaign against workplace bullying — when former bullied targets can explain their separation from the last employer as not being their fault. In the future, by saying bullying happened, the current stigma associated with that reason for seeking a job will no longer apply. One can hope.

Listen to WBI Podcast 37 by Dr. Gary Namie

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WBI Podcast 31: Politics & Workplace Bullying

Friday, January 25th, 2013

Politics & Workplace Bullying: Inseparable Phenomena

The role of laws governing workplace rights inserts partisan politics into the debate about workers’ rights, and by extension, the future of workplace bullying.

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WBI Podcast 29: So Little To Be Grateful For

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

It’s the mythical magical national time for giving thanks. Considering the modern American workplace, there is little to be grateful for. Let me count (the 6) factors that interfere with a sense of gratitude by workers.

WBI Podcast 29

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WBI Podcast 25: Comeback Lines, Fuggedaboutem

Thursday, March 1st, 2012

Comeback Lines, Fuggedaboutem

Too often people who have never been bullied at work suggest that clever, pithy comeback lines are effective defenses against bullies. But targets are targets — if they could have, they would have used them. Then, targets unnecessarily feel guilty if they don’t use. The simplest of all lines is offered here. Finally, employers have to stop the bullying, not the people victimized by it!

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