Topic of the Week
Addressing Workplace Bullying and Cultivating a Respectful Workplace
Blog of the Week
The Sign Says It All: How Unions Can Stop Employers from Crying Poor
Today working people are priced out of home-buying completely, forced to pay exorbitant and climbing rents.
Thought for the Week
"Workers shouldn't let the lack of laws discourage them from taking action though. Just because [workplace bullying] is not unlawful, that doesn't make it right. Businesses and workplaces should have higher standards than the law."
–omenique Camacho Moran, Head of the Labor and Employment
List of the Week
from 2021 WBI U.S. Workplace Bullying Survey
Did you know:
- 30 percent of Americans have suffered abusive conduct at work
- 19 percent of workers have witnessed workplace bullying
- 49 percent are affected by bullying at work
- 66 percent are aware that workplace bullying happens
Top Five News Headlines
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- The Creative Methods Workers Are Using to Stop Bosses' Abuse