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In this issue
UK National Workplace Bullying Advice Line closes
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Suspension of public seminars
Workers bemoan horror bosses
10% of workers incompetent, say bosses
Unpublished EU report exposes working time abuse in UK
Line managers and family-friendly employment
Workplace partnerships - who wins and who loses?
Big boys use unlimited funds and legal bullying to silence critics
Employment tribunal compensation payments up 65% at £6.4million in 2003
All work and no play makes Bruce a dull boy
Culture of intimidation still exists at South Western Sydney Area Health Service
Glenorchy City Council combats infighting between aldermen
Walmart accused on using illegal immigrants
Pregnant and (re)productive
A workplace that works
Email bullying eating away at employee health
Midwives most abused workers in NHS
Prime Minister Tony Blair may have won the battle but lost the war
Stressed pilots turn to drink
Marine threatened to kill recruit
Psychological testing unreliable
Getting sick workers back to work
The consequences of a toxic workplace
ASLEF union members vote to take action over bullying
Those who can, do. Those who can't, inspect?
Wisconsin woman dedicates life to stop kids from bullying
Indiana passes anti-bullying bill
Eugene School District pays $10,000 to boy bullied on bus
New Mexico's schools may get $350,000 worth of help in the fight against bullying
More awareness being given in school to bullying, harassment issues in Nevada schools
Teen charged with first-degree murder in killing of classmate in Miami school
Bullying blamed for absences in Camden, New Jersey
The Ottawa 67's bullying prevention programme: Stop Talk Tell
Ethnic-based bullying seen in Kawasaki
Scottish schoolgirl gets legal aid for bullying damages bid
West Lancashire MP says bullying is common
Pupils and staff differ on effectiveness of bullying program
'Bullied' schoolgirl killed herself
'Bullied' teenager killed himself
Two suicides, but no bullying
Acne agony drove student to take cyanide overdose
Shocking cases of bullying abound in schools
12% of children are bullies
Scottish pupils to sort out bullying
Students send a message to bullies: Don't be cruel
Girl stands her ground against molester on trial
Will my kid ever be normal?
NASUWT teacher union spells out policy for end to violence in schools
Society demands compliance and conformity
School bullying and bullycide: I'm Emily Fairweather and I'm a producer at Granada Television in Bristol. I'm doing some research on a documentary about bullying. We're filming with some families whose children are currently experiencing bullying. We would also like to talk to some parents whose child actually committed suicide as a result of bullying. As a parent myself, I can't imagine how awful it must have been for you to experience such a loss and my heart goes out to you. If it is something that you would like to share then please do contact me on my email firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 0117 974 5891.
SUFFERING STRESS AT WORK? DO YOU HAVE THE BOSS FROM HELL? I'm Claudia
Lewis and I'm a producer on a new BBC1 popular science series called Should I
Worry About... I want to hear from people in the UK who are worried that
their office may be making them ill.
Neighbours from Hell: I'm Fiona Henderson, I'm a researcher at Carlton Television and I'm currently looking for contributors on the next Neighbours from Hell documentary. I'd like to speak to people who are currently having difficulty with neighbours or people in their community. Ideally you will have some evidence of what's gone on such as camcorder or cctv footage - but if not then please get in touch anyway as the story alone may be enough. You may feel it's time to expose the problem, this is your last resort or that it may help matters to get your side across. If you are interested please call me on 020 7612 7313 and I'll call you straight back or email me at Fiona.email@example.com.
More media requests at media/media.htm
Proposal to Establish a Confederation of UK Anti-Bullying in the Workplace Support Groups
Arrangements to take forward a Confederation of UK Anti-Bullying in the Workplace Support Groups
West Country Support Group
Informed Residents of Reading, Massachusetts
NHS Injury Benefits Scheme
Neighbours From Hell in Britain
A Bully's Future, From Hard Life to Hard Time
Getting a job after bullying is tough
CIPD guide to bullying
How a company should respond after an incident/accident and how PTSD can develop
Brain 'can be trained to forget'
EC Labour Law and Work Organisation News and Home Page
Transgender individuals face prejudice and bullying, often with tragic consequences
Canadian Crime Victim Foundation
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