Welcome to our Workplace Intimidation Website where we strive to bring you all the latest up to date information about what to do if you are being intimidated at work.
We know that you found this website because of what you are going through where you work. We have been there ourselves and know exactly how you feel When we use the phrase “workplace Intimidation” you should be aware that it includes a wide variety of situations in the workplace.
Assembly Bill 2053 (Gonzalez) will help prevent category-neutral harassment in the workplace by requiring employers to educate managers on “abusive conduct.” Under existing law, employers with 50 or more employees must give at least two hours of training on sexual harassment to all supervisors at least once every two years. By statute, this may include: Bullying is a substantial problem in workplaces across the United States.
While California was the first state in the nation to introduce anti-bullying legislation back in 2003 with the Healthy Workplace Bill, it is important to know that workplace bullying still occurs.
And while bullying itself is not unlawful, workplace harassment due to your sex, national origin, disability, age, race, religion and a variety of other factors is illegal.
2053, “abusive conduct” is conduct of an employer or employee in the workplace, with malice, that a reasonable person would find hostile, offensive, and unrelated to an employer’s legitimate business interests.
In a 2014 survey, 27% of American workers reported experiencing some form of bullying by managers or coworkers and another 21% reported having witnessed the bullying of a coworker.