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SISFI Radio Workplace Abuse/Bullying/Violence & its Impacts

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SISFI presents a special 6 part feature series on “Workplace Abuse/Bullying and Violence and its Impacts on our Society” on SISFI Radio starting Monday September 17th 2012. The series will air Monday nights September 17th, 24th, October 1st, 8th, 15th at 9pm during the Parent Resources and Support Show segment for the next 5 weeks and will end on Wednesday October 17th at 11am with a 2hrs wrap up special.

The call in number is 347.989.8875 and the shows begin at 9pm EST. Mr. Brett A. Scudder will host the shows and bringing the issues to new levels as he addresses the real social, societal, financial and mental health impacts and how the lives of people are affected by it across the society.

The shows will feature interviews of victims, advocates and those fighting for putting an end to the unfair and unethical issues of abuse in the workplace, panels discussions with subject matter experts, advocates and victims, reviews of existing legislations/laws and how they help or hurt the issues in the workplace, testimonies from advocates, groups, associations and effective solutions to this very decadent problem that is killing people and tearing lives and families apart every day.

Some of the topics to be address include but are not limited to Impacts on victims and families:

~Impacts on victims and families
~Types of Workplace Abuse/Bullying
~Understanding the signs and symptoms
~The Mental Health Impacts
~The Financial Impacts
~The Bystander Effect
~The Laws and Legalities
~The Solutions and Resources
~What is a Healthy Workplace?

SISFI will acknowledge and highlight October 14th-20th as Workplace Abuse/Bullying Prevention Week which will end the series on October 17th with a 2hrs special.

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