12 ways to promote the Healthy Workplace Bill

1. Contact your state senator and/or representative and urge him/her to support Senate Bill Number 916 or House Bill Number 2310. Ask if they are willing to support the bill and if you can schedule a meeting with your senator or rep to explain your personal story. Report the response to info@mahealthyworkplace.comSince legislators want to hear directly from their constituents, the single most effective action you can take is to meet with your own legislators, tell them your story if you have one, and ask them to support the bill.
Find out who your legislators are »
Download the letter template »

2. Write a letter to the editor of your local paper describing why you support the Healthy Workplace Bill. Read an example »
If you need assistance and would like us to proofread your article, e-mail info@mahealthyworkplace.com.

3. Join a committee:
Public Awareness »
Health Care »
Higher Education »
K-12 Education »
Support Staff »

4. If you are a member of a group that might consider endorsing the Healthy Workplace Bill, reach out to the group about its possible support or if you’re a leader of a group that supports the bill, e-mail info@mahealthyworkplace.com.

5. Post a link to this slideshow on Facebook to educate others on the Healthy Workplace Bill: http://prezi.com/i1h9lcalopsx/healthy-workplace-bill/

6. Share your personal story on this website. E-mail info@mahealthyworkplace.com.

7. Sign the petition »

8. Pass around the Massachusetts Healthy Workplace Bill Fact Sheet or send this link to those who have experienced or witnessed workplace bullying.
Download Version #1 »
Download Version #2 »

9. Join the Facebook groupFacebook page, or follow us on Twitter for updates on the progress of this bill.

10. Write to employment lawyers, social workers, and psychologists about the Healthy Workplace Bill. Ask them to tell their clients about the bill. Download the letter template »

11. Sign up for the Massachusetts Workplace Bullying Law e-newsletter »

12. Share these photos on Facebook:
What is workplace bullying?
Work shouldn’t hurt
Organizations allow bullies to bully
How workplace bullies impact businesses
Top seven reasons to support the Healthy Workplace Bill
Bullying is domestic violence at work
Four times more common


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