3/2 SF Public Forum-Is There An Epidemic Of Bullying Against Public Workers In N. CAL ?
Is There An Epidemic Of
Public Workers In N. CAL ?
Speak-out And Educational Forum
Saturday March 2, 10:00 AM
SF Main Library Koret Auditorium Lower Level
500 Larkin St. San Fancisco/Next To Civic Center BART Near 8th St.
Is there an epidemic of bullying against whistleblower and public workers in Northern California? This forum will have speakers discussing what is happening on the job including bullying against public workers and whistleblowers.
In cities and many public agencies managers and supervisors have a free hand to threaten and intimidate public workers with the support of top management and many politicians.
This forum will have cases of bullying and what we should do about it. It is not only a threat to those who have been bullied but to the health and public safety of all working people and the public.
Tobias Caine, UESF Security Guard From Martin Luther King Middle School SF bullied for whistleblowing on child abuse and bullying
Stacie Plummer, IFPTE Local 21 and Richmond Public Library bullied for whistlblowing on financial corruption
Brenda Barros, SEIU 1021 SF General Hospital SFLC Delegate
Linda Cooks, UESF Teacher at MLK Middle School San Francisco bullied by principal and district management
Sean Gillis, IFPTE Local 21 Oakland Unit M Political Chair
Ivo Labar, Attorney representing SF Housing Authority Lawyer and whistleblower Tim Larson bullied by SF Housing Authority Director Henry Gonzalez
Derek Kerr, Laguna Honda MD Who Was Bullied and Retaliated Against For Whistleblowing
Sarah Larson, IFPTE Local 21 DPH
Doug Bias, San Francisco City Workers United CCSF Painter
Sponsored By United Public Workers For Action www.UPWA.info
Stop Workplace Bullying Group SWBG
SF Public Library is not a sponsor
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