At a time when job-related stress and health-endangering bullying and mistreatment of workers are at epidemic levels, the New Workplace Institute engages in a discussion of how our workplaces can be healthier and more humane places through an April 24, 2007, program at Suffolk University Law School.
The session will begin with a presentation by David Yamada, President of the New Workplace Institute, followed by comments and questions.
Yamada will examine research and advocacy towards the creation of psychologically healthy workplaces that affirm employee dignity
About the institute
The New Workplace Institute is a new non-profit research and education center promoting healthy, productive, socially responsible workplaces. The Institute was founded by Yamada, a tenured law professor at Suffolk University Law School and nationally recognized authority on workplace bullying and abusive work environments.
"Imagining the Good Workplace" is the first event of the New Workplace Forum, a series of educational programs underwritten by Suffolk University Law School.
5 - 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 24, 2007
Suffolk University Law School, 4th-floor Faculty Dining Room
120 Tremont St., Boston
The event is free of charge, but advance registration is required, and seating is limited. A light supper will be available.
RSVP by Thursday, April 19, 2007