It's time to change the status quo.Take a stand
against workplace abuseOur lives depend on it.
we're talking about abuse that's
severe, targeted, and malicious.
Workplace abuse is a serious national problem. According to the Workplace Bullying Institute, the foremost U.S. expert, it's "four times more common than sexual harassment or racial discrimination" on the job. Over a third of workers — "60.4 million — are affected by it" and experience or witness abuse during their working lives.
It's not okay to ridicule employees and spread gossip about them.
It's not okay to exclude employees from important emails and meetings.
It's not okay to set workers up for failure.
It's not okay to keep employees in fear of losing their jobs.
"to end sexual harassment on the job, end workplace bullying."
workplace abuse and #metoo
We've had enough.
It's time to stop tolerating the abuse. We shouldn't have to quit to stop the abuse.
It's time to hold employers accountable.
We accept nothing less than basic respect at work.
We deserve healthy and safe work environments — free from emotional abuse so we can do the work we were hired to do.
survivors of workplace abuse
bill of rights
- Workers should have a right to a workplace free of verbal abuse, threats, sabotage, and abuse of any kind.
- Workers should have a right to feel like we are included in an organization and part of a team.