On Thursday, November 6th, Luanne Peterpaul presented as part of a panel at the American Bar Association’s 8th Annual Labor & Employment Law Conference in Los Angeles. Ms. Peterpaul’s panel discussed Anti-bullying training to assist in reduction and eventual elimination of incivility and hostile, unproductive behavior in the work environment.
Titled “Eliminating Bullying and Incivility: Training the Trainer”, the American Bar Association described the discussion, “Bullying and incivility in the workplace raise concerns that go beyond whether the behavior is illegal, and affect all aspects of the working environment. This program featrues an expert in anti-bullying training and is designed to provide practical, hand-on-training to participants such that they will be able to train others in the workplace.”
Luanne Peterpaul serves on the statewide Anti-bullying task force and co-authored New Jersey’s anti-bullying Bill of Rights, one of the strongest anti-bullying laws in the nation. She serves as an advisor and analyst to numerous organizations on the topic.
To read materials included in the panel, you may visit the American Bar Association website.