Minding the Work Place by David Yamada: Toxic work Environments in the Social Justice, Non-profit Sector

April 1st, 2019

March 29, 2019 – “I have long insisted that workplace bullying and other forms of worker mistreatment are not limited to the big bad corporate sector. The non-profit sector has its own problems with bullying and toxic work environments. Recent reporting about working conditions at two prominent social justice non-profits, the Southern Poverty Law Center and Amnesty International, are sadly reinforcing this reality.”

Read all about it here.

David Yamada

David Yamada is a tenured Professor of Law and Director of the New Workplace Institute at Suffolk University Law School in Boston. David is an internationally recognized authority on workplace bullying, and he is author of model anti-bullying legislation — dubbed the Healthy Workplace Bill — that has become the template for law reform efforts across the country.

New York Lobby Days for Healthy Workplace Bill

March 19th, 2019

Paul Siskind via googlegroups.com
To workplace-abuse-network

New Yorkers: Lobby with us in Albany!

NYHWA is looking for NYers who have experienced workplace harassment to join us at the State Capitol on April 1st and/or April 2nd, and encourage legislators to put an end to workplace harassment.

Please pass this along to all NYers that you know!

FFI: paul@paulsiskind.com

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Paul Siskind
Sweet Child Music
69 N. Main St.
Norwood, NY 13668
315-353-2389
www.paulsiskind.com

“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it.” – Martin Luther King

March 8th, 2019

NYS Senate Bill S2261, AKA New York Healthy Workplace Bill, 2019-2020 Legislative Session

January 31st, 2019

 

Establishes a civil cause of action for employees who are subjected to an abusive work environment.

Senate Bill S2261

The Big Apple Needs a Workplace Bullying Hotline …

January 16th, 2019

… Guess Who’s Working on Op Ed(s), Letter(s) to the Editor?


I use to do major publicity several years ago for the Department of Film and Media Studies, City University of New York. Such as, NPR, CNN, local corporate broadcast affiliates, lots of ethnic media, lots of newspapers. Years ago. Anyone remember “Tombstones for Democracy”? 

Major publicity.

Getting Ready for a Big Get Down

November 26th, 2018

Prof Gregg,

We are excited to invite you to our next Happy Hour Teach-In, a Know-Your-Rights training on how we can work together to de-escalate situations of criminalization.

As the Community Justice Organizer at VOCAL-NY, I spend my time talking with our community about our rights as a part of our Participatory Defense Program. This event is an awesome opportunity to learn how to de-escalate situations with police and neighbors, how to document and report potential abuses, and how to be an ally to someone being criminalized.

WHAT: VOCAL-NY Happy Hour Teach-In: RightsWatch

WHEN: Monday, November 26 6:30PM

WHERE: Kings Beer Hall on 4th Ave and St Marks, Brooklyn. TRAINS: 2,3,4,5,B,Q,D,N,R to Atlantic Ave/Barclays Center

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Leafletting December 6 With Anti-Bullying Flyers Could Add Holiday Warmth

November 18th, 2018


Go For It

Thinking About Leafletting With Happy Holidays Anti-Bullying Flyers

November 18th, 2018