We run regular meetings around research, legislation, marketing/fundraising, working with organizations and education, and working with unions.
To get involved, email Info@WorkplaceBullyingCoalition.org with the name of the team(s) you're interested in joining or fill out the form to the right.
Second Tuesday of each month, 7:30pmET
Led by Cherie Ramirez
Outreach Team (working with businesses):
Third Saturday of each month, 10:30amET
Led by Camay McClure Dunn
Labor Movement Team (working with unions):
Last Tuesday of each month, 7:30pmET
Led by Jerry Carbo
Navigating abuse at work can be a challenge without knowing your legal rights. In this crash course in what it will look like to go the legal route after abuse at work, employment attorney, National Workplace Bullying Coalition president, and Dignity At Work Act author Jerry Carbo answers your most pressing questions about the legalities of abuse at work, what tends to happen when reporting abuse to an employer, and how working with a lawyer will really work.
What's illegal vs. legal when it comes to abuse at work?
When the abuse is perfectly legal, what are targets' options and pros and cons of each?
If a target is able to sue for discrimination, how long does a typical case take and cost?
What can an employment lawyer help with?
What's the reality of how the situation will likely end given workers' rights?
What should I think about when negotiating a severance?
What are targets' rights when it comes to references?
What can a target expect when working with an employment lawyer in terms of costs, what to prepare, and typical outcomes?
Grab the course and automatically become a coalition member.