About Out Our Powerful New Web Initiative 

Learn About Workplace Bullying:

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18honoreesitebuglgWhatKilledKevin.com (Webby Award Honoree 2014 & UFVA Best Transmedia/Website) is an interactive documentary that strips back the easy rhetoric to challenge site visitors about whether or not they really know what workplace bullying is and raises important dialog that turns public perceptions upside down.

Our blog highlights new alternatives from a variety of experts in an effort to add new voices to the public discussion about workplace bullying. This blog has been cited by numerous Business sites as a “must read.”

Share Your Stories is a place that lets  you join in and share your own experience.

What is Workplace Bullying? Sadly there still isn’t a universal definition but there are general understandings. Video clips from What Killed Kevin give tips about how to deal with bullying from Valerie Cade, author of Bully Free at Work, and Brad Holland the Ombudsman at the University of Virginia.


International Educational Coalition on Workplace Bullying Our global coalition has numerous supporters representing broad aspects of the global community working to stop workplace bullying and quickly reached over 150 thousand hits in less than a year. The most popular countries represented are the U.S., Australia, Ireland, Canada and the UK.


@NoJobIsWorth  Follow us for general information and calls to action.

@IECWBWorkBully  Follow us for international information about workplace bullying.

1 Comment on About Our New Initiative

  1. This experience I had was after 25 years of working for the same bank, I had reported it to HR from the very beginning and had continued to tell them about what was happening. They kept giving me advice and finally after eleven months I told them they could take action, as I suspected, they said they spoke to everyone in the banking center, which was a lie and that no one could corroborate my story. I asked the HR person, does that mean you don’t believe me? He said, well, your boss has never had any reported complaints.
    This put me into a deeper feeling of despair and feeling of helplessness and loss. I felt as though I was going to lose my job and my family was going to fall a financial whirlwind, and yes we did. I was fired on a technicality and was denied for unemployment. I had been pregnant unknowingly when I left loss the baby due to the stress after five months and had other various health complications, which had NEVER happened to me in my life.
    My boss had ignored me blatantly when isaid good morning, walk by me and not respond, told lies about me to,other co-workers, cussed at me, physically pushed me on occasions because I didn’t have my name tag, had not included me in pertinent meetings, humiliated me in front of other employees, told me I was going to be fired at least thirty times every time she had opportunities to coach me or talk to me. She discriminated against me because I was the only one married and had small children, gave me unrealistic goals and expectations, told me I wasn’t a team player, I was selfish, I was only out for myself and that I did whatever I wanted, which couldn’t have been more from the truth. The hourly or daily dirty looks, glares and staredowns after eleven months took its toll when she told me she was writing me up and would every thirty days until she got rid of me.
    It’s such a humiliating experience, I rarely tell it and cannot believe I invested my entire life in this company and have to leave on such an awful note and that my family had to take the brunt of it.

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