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A significant number of U.S. workers say they are— and soon those in New York may be able to sue their employers, including small businesses, for any suffering they experience at the hands of a toxic boss or other workplace bully. Earlier this month, the Empire State’s Senate passed a bipartisan measure that would allow workers who’ve been physically, psychologically or economically abused while on the job to file charges against their employers in civil court. The bill applies to organizations of all sizes, unlike other employee-friendly laws that exempt small businesses, such as the federal government’s ...
If a state or federal law is in place it will help IMO. Of course lawyers will benefit as well. Most legislatures that write and then vote to enact laws come from a law background. I was once a victim of a workplace bully. She was a Business Office Manager. I went to the Administrator after trying unsuccessfully to speak to the BOM about the problem. The Administrator kept telling me that she would take care of the situation but never did. She and the BOM were friends out side of the work place. The ADM even witnessed the BOM scream at me one day. The lady was seriously unhinged. She had ... Read More
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