Learn About Workplace Bullying:
WhatKilledKevin.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.” (This site is now archived – visit the National Workplace Bullying Coalition for up to date information)
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.
Join the National Workplace Bullying Coalition We officially incorporated in 2014 with the understanding that this multi-pronged dialog and action is more important than ever. All of the parties impacted by the debilitating and costly impact of all forms of bullying in the workplace must be involved in seeking preventative and legal remedies in order to find viable and long-term solutions. This is clearly reflected in the depth and variety of experiences the NWBC’s core board members already bring to our organization. The founders of NWBC have extensive experience directly related to this issue. For over 10 years, individual members have researched, written, organized forums, participated in both national and international panels, represented clients, produced documentaries and lobbied legislators on this issue. As a national coalition, the NWBC will be able to unite and partner with many organizations and new members in a way that will allow us to have a powerful and lasting impact.