ANITA BRUZZESE ARTICLE LINKS TO ABC. Oct.1, 2008


Anita Bruzzese.

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Helpful information and advice from
America’s favorite workplace columnist

Anita Bruzzese is a syndicated newspaper columnist on workplace issues for 15 years.  Anita Bruzzese’s “On the Job” column is featured in dozens of newspapers and Web sites every week, with a readership of more than eight million.

Anita Bruuzzese

Anita Bruzzese

When  Gannett News Service launched the column in 1992, reader response was immediate.  “I thought I was the only one to go through this” was a common refrain in the hundreds of letters that flooded in from Oregon to Florida and all points in between.   Anita Bruzzese is a notable presence in the workplace advice arena, prompting reader feedback from all over the world.  This award-winning journalist consistently delivers critical workplace information to a consumer audience who might not otherwise be aware of the issues she addresses.

One such issue being the phenomenon of “workplace bullying and mobbing”.  Click on the link below to read her article “Is Any Job Worth a Bad Boss?”

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Is Any Job Worth a Bad Boss?

http://www.45things.com/2008/10/is-any-job-worth-bad-boss.php


Comments by ABC

Towards the bottom of this article, the words “bully boss” are underlined indicating that when clicked, you are brought to another link.   That link brings readers to the article on this weblog titled “Tactics of a Workplace Serial Bully Boss”.

Thank you Anita Bruzzese for a great article on this important issue and for linking your “..Bad Boss” article with the “Tactics..” article on this weblog.   Just one more way to get the word out, about the devastating affects of workplace bullying and mobbing, and one more day closer to the day when all working Americans will know enough to Recognize it, Name it, and End Workplace Bullying and Mobbing Together!  Thanks again Anita.   ABC

Click on the link below to reach Anita’s blog titled “45 Things”;

http://www.45things.com/blog.php

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