October 18-24 FREEDOM FROM WORKPLACE BULLIES
The following Cities and Counties join us in
acknowledging Freedom from Workplace Bullies Week by signing Proclamations (see page at left): Palmdale, Oakley, Oceanside,
Palm Desert, Mendota, Wasco, South Lake Tahoe, Riverside, Lassen County, Fowler, Indian Wells, Humboldt County, Palo Alto,
Santa Clara, Palm Springs, Dublin, Monrovia, Santa Monica, and more to come...
Healthy Workplace Advocates Mission Statement
The Mission of California
Healthy Workplace Advocates
Is to Raise Public Awareness and Compel our State to Correct and
Abusive Work Environment Through Legislation
Highway 50 and Howe Ave.
7900 College Town Drive
Sacramento, CA 95826
"Perceptions of organizational justice impact productivity and
Careers, livelihoods, and paychecks are at stake, not to mention personal health and dignity." David
2014 ZOGBY POLL on the prevalence of Workplace Bullying
Released 2/25/14 (see left panel)
To see us on Facebook, click HERE!
Click here to see & hear Dr. Gary Namie of the Workplace Bullying Institute share his thoughts on Freedom From Workplace Bullies
Proclamations issued by
Calfornia Cities and Counties in 2014 as of 9/1/14: City of Garden Grove, City of Buena Park...
SEE "Bullying And The Law", Carrie Clark Gives Report at SF UPWA Meeting on YouTube 10-2012
Listen to audio by Dr. Gary Namie. And please remember that targets did not invite the misery of workplace bullying upon themselves.
No rational person would. May 2011 CLICK HERE
Listen to Healthy Workplace Advocate Michelle Smith speak about Workplace Bullying on KVPR Valley Public Radio February 2011.
Watch Healthy Workplace Advocate, Carrie Clark, being interviewed for a short, BNET video, "Calling a Bully a Bully", CLICK
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.
Workers injured by work abuse often suffer from Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
as a result of long-term psychological violence committed against them.
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.