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Friday, April 4, 2014
Rutgers School of Law - Newark, NJ

On Friday, April 4, 2014, the National Workplace Bullying Coalition (NWBC) will hold a special convention in an effort to bring together NJ State Senator Linda Greenstein, sponsor of the proposed Senate Healthy Workplace Act S280, and employers, employees, industry and non-profit groups, unions, legal community, workplace consultants, academic experts, organizational psychologists, community groups and targets of abuse to consider ways to address and prevent bullying in the workplace. This convention will gather information specific to New Jersey with the goal to ultimately seek a national solution. Click here to see full program.


Sponsors to date include:  


  • CWA Local 1036

  • Aurora Foundation of Southern Arizona

  • PSE&G Foundation

  • Garden State Equality

  • Working Families United for New Jersey

  • Rotary International District 7510 representing 42 Rotary Clubs in NJ - Capital District

  • Montclair State University, Federation of Teacher-AFT Local 1904

  • Asian Pacific American Lawyers Assoc. of NJ

  • CourtCall LLC 

  • OCA NJ

  • American Bar Foundation

  • Assoc. of Black Women Lawyers of NJ

  • NJ Asian American Law Enforcement Officers Assoc.

  • Somerset County Cultural Diversity Coalition

  • Council of NJ State College Locals, AFT AFL-CIO

  • South Asian Bar Assoc.

  • Diversity Committee of the NJ State Bar Assoc.

  • The Korean American Lawyers Association of Greater New York

  • NJ Coalition for Bullying Awareness and Prevention

  • Montclair State University - Presidents’ Commission on Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity & Diversity

  • Harrisburg Central Labor Council

  • Hon. Joan Churchill, Immediate Past President of National Assoc. of Women Judges

  • Rutgers School of Law - Newark Student Organizations: Rutgers Labor and Employment Law Society and Asian Pacific American Law Students Assoc. 





For additional information contact;

Convention Chair Judge Sue Pai Yang (retired)

 (908) 800-2034


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