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To: Your Supervisor (Include any others on this list to whom this memo should be addressed.) From: Your Name Date: Re.: Addressing Emotions in the Workplace Culture at (Company) I want to make several suggestions regarding addressing emotions in the workplace that I believe we should remain aware of.
The “boy” sent flirtatious messages to Megan, but then abruptly changed to a very harsh tone, telling her “The world would be a better place without you.” After receiving that message, Megan hanged herself with a belt in her bedroom closet.
According to prosecutors, the woman knew that Megan suffered from depression and was emotionally fragile.
We share a collective responsibility to ensure (Company)’s compliance with EEO laws.
I know we share a commitment to prevent liability exposure for (Company) as well as personal liability exposure.
Additionally, I recommend that all (Company) management employees who supervise employees attend formal trainings on discipline, communication, emotional intelligence, and sound management skills for handling challenging situations.
This directive is not being given to other employees that I am aware of, and could be an example of disparate and inconsistent treatment.
The directive may appear to be gender discrimination and/or harassment since it has not been given to members of the opposite gender.
Understanding Workplace Bullying Taking Action Recovering From Bullying Preventing Bullying as an Employer Sample Email To Co-Workers Community Q&A Workplace bullying refers to any repeated, intentional behavior directed at an employee that is intended to degrade, humiliate, embarrass, or otherwise undermine their performance.
– had made her a target in three different schools.
She was so traumatized by the tormenting that she dropped out of school and is now pursuing independent study; the young woman “suffers so much that she could not be interviewed” for the article.
Probably the most controversial item in the Bill is the requirement for the employer to inform workers when the will be working with a person with a history of violence and the “risk of workplace violence was likely to expose the worker to physical injury.” That will require some careful decision-making by employers.