New video: FACE to FACE With Workplace Bullying

Massachusetts documentary producer Jay Fedigan has posted this superbly done, six minute video, “FACE to FACE With Workplace Bullying,” featuring interviews with individuals who bravely share their stories of being bullying targets.

The video builds off of Massachusetts: Face Workplace Bullying, an artistic photo display designed to raise public awareness about workplace bullying and to voice support for the Healthy Workplace Bill (House No. 1771, currently before the MA legislature). The display features photographs of 14 individuals who have been targets of workplace bullying, along with their names and statements about the circumstances surrounding their experiences. It made its official debut on the 4th floor of the Massachusetts State House in April and is now on display at Worcester’s Union Station.

Jay interviewed several of these courageous change agents for his video, and the result is a moving testament to the need for change. It’s six minutes of your time well spent.

One response

  1. This video gave a very accurate picture of what a victim/target of workplace bullying feels and goes through. I would love to tell my story or help in any way I can. I was also a victim/target of workplace bullying by my narcissistic sociopathic manager at the post office. To this day I’m still trying to prove it. I have filed numerous EEOCs and hired s lawyer. I have been put up for removal pending arbitration 3 times now in the past 2 years.

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