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Stop Workplace Bullying! SF Rally Speak Out On Bullyfree Workplace Actions
Dozens of workers from the bay area attended and spoke out against workplace bullying on the job and also the racist hanging noose incidents that are taking place in the bay area and nationally.
Stop Workplace Bullying! SF Rally Speak Out On Bullyfree Workplace Actions During National Week
Dozens of workers from the bay area who have faced workplace bullying on Monday October 19, 2015. Workers from San Francisco General Hospital, City of Oakland, SF Recology and other employers spoke out at the rally in front of San Francisco city hall. This was part of a national week of education and action for a bullyfree workplace. The rally speakers talked about bullying of senior workers and also the use of racist hanging nooses to terrorize workers.
Mayor Ed Lee who is a well known bully has cost the city tens of millions of dollars by allowing rampant bullying and terrorism in the workplace by corrupt San Francisco city managers.
The rally was sponsored by Endorsed by :
SEIU 1021 SEJ Committee,
SF General Hospital Chapter
SEIU 1021 COPE
California CA Healthy Workplace Advocates http://www.healthyworkplacebill.org
Stop Workplace Bullying Group SWBG http://stopworkplacebullyinggroup.org
United Public Workers For Action http://www.upwa.info
Transport Workers Solidarity Committee http://www.transportworkers.org
Injured Workers National Nework http://www.iwnn.org
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The SF MTA management have bullied workers who stand up for worker rights.
Dr. Derek Kerr spoke out against workplace bullying at the rally. He and another doctor at Laguna Honda hospital exposed the manager who was misusing financial funds for the patients. Mayor Ed Lee and the city helped fire the doctors and continued the employment of the corrupt CEO at Laguna Honda hospital. This systemic corruption of top city managers and the cover-up by Mayor Ed Lee has cost the City and Country of San Francisco tens of millions of dollars. It has included the SF police department, Housing Agency and San Francisco planning commission. SF city workers who speak up against the corruption and mismanagement themselves become the targets of city managers and Ed Lee's Civil Service Commission.
There is an epidemic of workplace bullying in the bay area and throughout the country.
The San Francisco Recology Company has retaliated against a IBT 350 Teamster who spoke up about the use of hanging nooses to terrorize workers.
Daryle Washington put his job on the line by seeking to get the San Francisco Recology company to take a action against a hanging noose incident
IFPTE Local 21 City of Oakland EMT trainer was bullied and harassed by the City of Oakland and his union officials at IFPTE Local 21 when he fought for the union to take a stand against outsourcing of EMT training jobs. The union colluded with management to help get him terminated. The IFPTE Executive Director Bob Muscat who is also the chair of the San Francisco Labor Council public employees committee has refused to defend San Francisco planning commission workers who were targeted because of their age and also Richmond City IFPTE members who were being bullied on the job for exposing financial corruption.
SEIU 1021 member Lan Ung who is an interpreter at SF General was bullied at her job and protested the workplace bullying at work.
More and more workers are speaking out about discrimination by employers because of their age. The City and County of San Francisco is hounding out city workers who have seniority and who know their rights