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Workplace Bullying Issues

Webinar: ID# 1012342
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Agenda

  • Overview
  • The Definition of Workplace Bullying
  • The European Origins of Workplace Bullying and Other Recent Developments
  • Closer to Home: Workplace Bullying in Canada
  • The U.S. Legal Landscape: Evolving Towards Protecting Employees Against Bullying at Work
    • The Study by National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) on Work-Related Stress
    • Increased Employer's Risk: Growing Employee Awareness and Mobilization
    • Possible Theories of Employer Liability: How Employers Could Be on the Hook
    • Push for State Law Prohibiting Workplace Bullying
    • Adverse Effects of Workplace Bullying
  • Preventive Strategies: Limiting Employer Liability
    • Understanding If Bullying Exists at a Workplace
    • Establish Appropriate Workplace Policies
    • Selection of Supervisors – People Skills Are Important
    • Training of Supervisors – People Skills Are Again Important
    • Training of Employees in Respectful and Civil Workplace Conduct
    • Expand Performance Evaluation Criteria
    • Promptly Investigate Internal Complaints
    • Expand Progressive Discipline System

Faculty

E. Johan Lubbe

  • Shareholder at the international workplace law firm Littler Mendelson, P.C., which represents employers exclusively in workplace law, employee benefits and immigration, and related litigation
  • Represents employers in various industries, including high-tech, financial services, retail, transport, utilities, and health care in day-to-day employment law and human resource issues
  • Publications include, but are not limited to, a chapter in BNA International Labor and Employment Laws (3rd edition) and also in McMullen, J. Business Transfers and Employee Rights; "Clash of the Titans: Complying with U.S. Whistle-Blowing Requirements While Respecting EU Privacy Rights", ACC Docket, April 2006
  • Quoted in newspapers such as the Wall Street Journal and The Scotsman on employment law developments
  • Listed as a leading labor lawyer in various publications and professional guides, including Euromoney's Guide to the World's Leading Labour and Employment Lawyers, The International Who's Who of Management Labour and Employment Lawyers, and the Legal Media Group's The Best of the Best
  • Admitted to practice in New York, Ohio, Colorado and South Africa
  • B.Com. and LL.B. degrees, University of the Free State, South Africa; LL.M. and a master's degrees in labor relations, Fulbright scholar, Cornell University; LL.M. degree in English and European employment law, Leicester University, England
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