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Rank #1: WBI Podcast: Destructive pragmatic politicians

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WBI Podcast 41 Pragmatic politics used to be considered a virtue, but it really means sacrificing the principles of representing the people to support corporations. With respect to the anti-bullying Healthy Workplace Bill, compromises have gutted the bill, extending the rights of employers instead of employees. This brand of pragmatism is destructive. Podcast 41

Aug 13 2014
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Rank #2: WBI Podcast: Condemn or condone workplace bullying

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Condemn or Condone: Take A Stand No middle of the road where psychological violence is concerned. Listen to WBI Podcast 40 by Dr. Gary Namie Podcast 40

Jun 13 2014
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Rank #3: WBI Podcast 39: American workers under the microscope

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Hitachi technology takes worker surveillance to new extremes. Where is the employers’ confidence in, and trust of, employees? It’s called the “Business Microscope.” Here’s a picture of the device and the tracking system: Listen to WBI Podcast 39 by Dr. Gary Namie Podcast 39

Mar 20 2014
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Rank #4: WBI Podcast: David Yamada

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Another piece of older audio from a radio program featuring Dr. Namie. Law Professor David Yamada joins the podcast with a history lesson to share. The topic is the origins of employment law in the U.S. that governs the workplace. Unfortunately, the relationship between Master and Servant is the starting point. And not much has […]

Mar 07 2014
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Rank #5: WBI Podcast 37: De-Stigmatizing Workplace Bullying

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Watch for another sign of progress in the campaign against workplace bullying — when former bullied targets can explain their separation from the last employer as not being their fault. In the future, by saying bullying happened, the current stigma associated with that reason for seeking a job will no longer apply. One can hope. […]

Jan 03 2014
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Rank #6: WBI Podcast 36: Straight talk about the movement against workplace bullying

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Dr. Gary Namie provides clarification about three fundamental themes of the social movement against workplace bullying which are commonly misunderstood or mischaracterized: 1) It’s about bullying, not bullies or their personalities. 2) Employers act irrationally and irresponsibly about bullying, which itself makes no sense. 3) Being “anti-abuse” is not the same as being “anti-corporate” Podcast […]

Dec 06 2013
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Rank #7: WBI Podcast 35: Ideal attributes of advocates against workplace bullying

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What type of individuals make the best advocates for an abuse-free organization where workplace bullying cannot flourish? Not bureaucrats, certainly not bullies, and darn few HR types. Over time, people prove themselves, with actions not words, the most likely allies to the cause. So, when your organization says it wants to tackle workplace bullying and […]

Sep 06 2013
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Rank #8: Remembering “Labor” in Labor Day

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Throughout the years we at the WBI have covered Labor Day from the workers’ rights perspective. The holiday is not just for shopping or camping. It’s about honoring people who work. More specifically, as the historical accounts below make clear, it is about emancipating workers from horrific working conditions and doing so collectively, in an […]

Sep 01 2013
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Rank #9: WBI Podcast 34: Felix Nater

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Here is a nice piece of older audio from a radio program featuring Dr. Namie. His guest is Felix Nater, a former Postal Inspector, whose experiences led him to investigate workplace homicides and to prosecute offenders. Prevention was often lacking. Now consultant Nater makes violence prevention a key part of the business process for clients. […]

Jun 19 2013
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Rank #10: WBI Podcast 33: Workplace Bullying is more than incivility and disrespect

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More Than Incivility and Disrespect Workplace bullying is a form of violence more severe and harmful than either incivility or disrespect. WBI Podcast 33

May 16 2013
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