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|City Of Richmond Human Rights & Human Relations Meeting|
|Date||Monday March 25|
|Time||6:30 PM - 6:30 PM|
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Richmond City Council Chambers
440 Civic Center Plaza
|Organizer/Author||Richmond Human Rights Commission|
3/25/2013 City Of Richmond Human Rights & Human Relations Meeting-Support Placing A Stop To Double Standards, Bullying, Retaliation And Harassment of City Employees
CITY OF RICHMOND
HUMAN RIGHTS & HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION MEETING
MONDAY, MARCH 25, 2013 6:30 PM
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS
SUPPORT PLACING A STOP TO DOUBLE STANDARDS, BULLYING, RETALIATION, AND HARASSMENT OF CITY EMPLOYEES
The City of Richmond Human Rights and Human Relations Commission wants to hear and see Richmond employees and the community on Monday, March 25, 2013 at 6:30pm in the City Council Chambers.
The Commission wants to support the protection of Richmond employees against bullying, retaliation, and harassment at the hands of Assistant City Manager/ Human Resources Director Leslie Knight and her loyal minions. The commissioners know something needs to be done and want to help lobby the Personnel Board and the City Council to make decisions that are in line with the best interests and protection of the city’s employees and the community they serve. Public workers serve the community and we need proper protection and a healthy work environment that supports human dignity to do so!
Stop Bullying Now! Richmond SEIU 1021/IFPTE 21 City Workers Protest Bullying & Corruption By HR Director Leslie Knight
Dozens of Richmond California workers from SEIU 1021 and IFPTE Local 21 attended a press conference on Tuesday March 19, 2013 outside the Richmond City Council to protest the bullying of city workers and whistleblowers. Human Resource manager Leslie Knight according to an official city report had misused city funds illegally and was ordering workers to work on her private business. Where city workers including IFPTE Local 21 member Stacie Plummer reported this she was retaliated against by Knight for whistleblowing about the violations of the law and rules in the City of Richmond. Despite these violations, Richmond city manager Bill Lindsay who is a personal friend of Knight has said that he will not remove her from the job despite flagrant violations of worker, human rights and criminal law.
Workers recounted a reign of bullying by Knight not only against Plummer but other workers.
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The press conference was also sponsored by United Public Workers For Action
For more video information on bullying go to:
SF City Doctor At SF Laguna Honda Hospital Discusses Bullying In The Workplace
Labor And The Fight Against Bullying-SEIU 1021 SF Leader Brenda Barros Speaks Out
The Fight To Stop Bullying In California- A Presentation By Carrie Clark
Bullying And The Case Of SF Housing Authority Attorney Tim Larson With Attorney Ivo Labar
USPO Worker Ling Lan Reports On Retaliation And Bullying For Whistle Blowing
Production of Labor Video Project http://www.laborvideo.org