Posts Tagged ‘New York State Assembly’

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

Monday, 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.

Less We Forget … Part 1

Saturday, June 10th, 2017

promoting healthy workplaces
Vita Rabinowitz []
You replied on 9/4/2015 10:18 AM.
Sent: Friday, September 04, 2015 7:39 AM
To: Greggory w Morris
Cc: Vita Rabinowitz []…
Dear Gregg, if I may,

We have known each other for quite some time, and I was delighted in my new position to be reminded of your enduring commitments—to students, to great journalism, and to causes that matter in the workplace. I see that you had written the Chancellery about your petition to support the New York State Healthy Workplace Bill, and that you are calling for CUNY to be a “leader in promoting healthy workplaces.”

Time for a Fatwa?

Wednesday, August 31st, 2016

What think ye, Colleague Larry Shore Who Calls Himself a Professor?

Response to a Colleague Larry Shore Email – Part 2

Monday, December 7th, 2015

Colleague Shore, tones of frantic desperation?

Dear Gregg
Please stop referring to me in your blog posts and putting up my picture with comments like “calls himself a professor.”



Interview with New York City Human Rights Commissioner – Part 2

Friday, December 4th, 2015

Word for Word

Interview was conducted after a panel discussion at the CUNY J-School several days ago.


Interview with New York City Human Rights Commissioner – Part 1

Thursday, December 3rd, 2015

Originally Posted on:


NYC’s anti-discrimination employment laws regarding hostile workplaces are broader than state and federal laws and can provide redress for targets/victims of workplace-academic bullying even though there are no (at least for now) city, state and federal laws against this particular form of workplace bigotry, Commissioner Carmelyn Malalis said in an interview.


Response to a Colleague Larry Shore Email – Part I

Monday, November 30th, 2015

Dear Gregg
Please stop referring to me in your blog posts and putting up my picture with comments like “calls himself a professor.”


Say what?


Colleague Billie D. Herman Flees the Coop

Sunday, November 29th, 2015

He left after Spring Semester.


I responded, of course.


Attention Colleague Larry Shore

Wednesday, November 25th, 2015

An article from City& I thought you might find interesting.


Filipino Newspaper Reports that New York City’s Human Rights Commission May Be a Resource for Bullied New Yorkers

Friday, November 20th, 2015


Banzai! Petition Supporting NYS Healthy Workplace Has Hit 750

Thursday, November 19th, 2015


CUNY University Faculty Senate Supports My Workplace Petition – Part 2

Sunday, November 15th, 2015

The University Faculty Senate is the faculty governance body for university-wide academic matters at The City University of New York. The 136 elected Senators represent 12,000 full- and part-time faculty, and provide a representative, collective faculty voice supporting faculty, and their governance bodies on the campuses of CUNY’s schools and colleges.


Workplace Bullying and Ethical Leadership

Saturday, November 14th, 2015

Hey, Colleague Larry Shore: Shouldn’t D:F/M keep a copy of this article at the ready along with its Robert’s Rules of Order* (even if D:F/M feigns following RRoO).

In a piece he wrote several years ago, “Workplace Bullying and Ethical Leadership” (Journal of Values-Based Leadership, 2008), Professor David Yamada  “suggested that a strong test of an organization’s values and ethics is how it handles a case of severe workplace bullying perpetrated by one of its leading executives or ‘rainmakers.’ I stand behind that point today. Institutions that sweep work abuse under the rug because the perpetrator is at or near the top of the organizational chart are among the lowest of the low.”