Monthly Archives: November 2014

Dishonor Code: Rape, Reputation and Repercussion at U.Va

Originally posted on quiteirregular:
This is a guest post by Willa Hammitt Brown, a doctoral candidate at the University of Virginia, where she is finishing her dissertation, “Gentlemen of the Woods: Manhood, Myth and the American Lumberjack, 1860-1920”. She is…

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Updates on Workplace Bullying

I just do not understand why we don’t have a law to help the suffering in the US. There is enough stats that show specifically the cost to the organization due to bullying. Is this not something to be concerned … Continue reading

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HBO’s “Getting On” and Workplace Bullying

Originally posted on OUR BULLY PULPIT:
Given the epidemic of toxic workplaces in the healthcare industry it shouldn’t surprise viewers that the second season of HBO’s “Getting On” opened with the topic of workplace bullying front and center in a very…

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Are Performance Evaluations effective?

Performance evaluations were the topic of discussion for my class. We debated as to the effectiveness and actual purpose. Typically evaluations are completed once or maybe twice a year. Why do we continually look to the past, instead of forward? … Continue reading

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This concerns me about Bullying in the Workplace!

When is it going to stop? People are struggling with what to do. They need options. When are the laws going to be in place to protect the employees from this vicious behavior? Folks just want to go to work … Continue reading

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