Posts Tagged ‘texas’
Thursday, March 12th, 2015
Texas is the 29th state since 2003 to introduce the HWB. Texas joins Massachusetts and New York with proposed laws that make employers liable for exposing workers to health-harming abusive work environments.
Texas is the 7th state to introduced abusive conduct-related legislation in 2015.
Visit the Texas State Page at the HWB website for details.
Thursday, January 24th, 2013
HWB Texas State Coordinator, Esque Walker, Ph.D., a Certified Distinguished Mediator, writes a compelling argument against using mediation in cases of workplace bullying. Her position is based on the classification of bullying as a form of interpersonal violence.
Read and download her complete essay at the Workplace Bullying Institute blog. Also read the results of a 2011 WBI Survey asking bullied targets about the outcome of their mediation experience.
Mediation fails. Part of current employer “solutions” is to mandate mediation. Current employer solutions without a law are failures.
Passage of the HWB into law will provide options for individuals targeted for bullying at work.
Tuesday, April 12th, 2011
Esque Walker, April 11, 2011
On March 24, in the wee hours of the morning, eight women from the grass roots organization Texas Healthy Workplace Advocates gathered on the north steps of the state capitol in Austin waiting for the doors to open.