The organization has to be accountable and liable for bullying in the workplace. Why aren’t they and why isn’t there a law in place to protect the victims and witnesses? It has not impacted them enough in the pocket or not enough have died. Check out this blog from Massachusetts healthy workplace bill called: Urgent: hold employers accountable for bullying employees
With only eight months left in the two-year legislative session and more retailers and business organizations opposing the workplace anti-bullying Healthy Workplace Bill, Senate Bill 1013 (an act against workplace bullying and mobbing), we need to act quickly.
Your action is vital to progress the bill. Here’s how it works: Legislators want to act based on what their own constituents want so they can get re-elected and keep working for you. Telling them what you want and their taking action matters for both your empowerment and your future vote. And the more of us who contact our legislators asking them to write to Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development Paul Brodeur, the more urgency the committee will feel to move the bill to the Senate. We need as many people as possible to make this urgency happen.
We thank those who’ve setup meetings with your state legislators to tell them…
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