Fourteen workplace bullying targets told their powerful stories through “Massachusetts: Face Workplace Bullying,” now up on the State House 4th floor and running through Friday, April 15. Advocate Torii Bottomley imagined and managed this installation.
“Research shows bully bosses target the most successful employees out of envy for their skills and ethics. This abuse comes at a proven cost to every state’s economy,” says Torii.
If you view the exhibit at the State House, call beforehand to set up an appointment to meet with your State Rep or his or her aide to ask him or her to help make the Healthy Workplace Bill (H 1771), a priority. Ask your Rep for help with contacting Chairman of Bills & Third Reading Theodore Speliotis to ask him to release House Bill 1771 for Third Reading.
Going on tour to spread the word about workplace bullying
Torii is booking locations across Massachusetts for the art display. Email Torii at firstname.lastname@example.org if you know of a contact at any of these locations recommended on by our advocates or another suitable location:
- Boston City Hall
- Boston Public Library
- A college anywhere in the state
- MA DOT Outside Advertising Agency
If you are available on Friday, April 15 at 3pm to help take down installation, contact Torii at email@example.com.