Presently, to our national shame, the United States and the State of California have no laws prohibiting status-blind harassment in the workforce. It is perfectly legal to harass an employee or co-worker until the job becomes unbearable and the workers are disabled.

Workers injured by work abuse often suffer from Post-traumatic Stress Disorder as a result of long-term psychological violence committed against them.

We are here because Bullying Breaks Hearts...

Occupational stress severely increases the risk of coronary heart disease, high blood pressure, anxiety, and post traumatic stress disorder.       These are just a few of the      many possible physical consequences of workplace bullying.

    Next Meeting 

Saturday, January 26, 2019 - 3pm to 6pm

Denny's Restaurant, 7900 College Town Drive, Sacramento, CA 95826  

(North side of Freeway toward Sac State at Highway 50 and Howe Ave.)

(Meetings held the last Saturday of the month)

We need a law that will correct and prevent workplace bullying:

   The Healthy Workplace Act

                                                 The Mission of California Healthy Workplace Advocates                                                                            Is to Raise Public Awareness and Compel our State to Correct and Prevent                                     Abusive Work Environments Through Legislation

California Healthy Workplace Advocates

"Perceptions of organizational justice impact productivity and individual well-being.  Careers, livelihoods, and paychecks are at stake, not to mention personal health and dignity." David Yamada, J.D.

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world;             indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." Margaret Mead

Thank you to the following 32 California Cities, Towns, and Counties that Proclaimed October 14th through October 20th, 2018 as

 2018 FREEDOM FROM WORKPLACE BULLIES WEEK         (see actual Proclamations on the left)

Adelanto, American Canyon, Antioch, Arcata, 

Arroyo Grande, Azusa, Del Norte County, El Dorado County, 

La Quinta, Livermore, Loomis,Lompoc, Manteca, Mono County, 

Riverside County, San Jose, San Mateo, Sierra County, Soledad,

South El Monte, So Lake Tahoe, Suisun, Temecula, Thousand Oaks,

Torrance, Upland, Vacaville, Vallejo, Watsonville, West Hollywood,

Wheatland, and Yuba County for Proclaiming

 Freedom From Workplace Bullies Week

Our definition of Workplace Bullying:
Repeated, health harming mis-treatment that interferes with the flow of work