Ellen is the author of Workplace Bullying, Violence, Harassment, Discrimination and Stress: International Laws, Developments and Resources, a comprehensive updated resource for 2014-2015 of key requirements of relevant legislation and non-regulatory initiatives in over 50 countries.
A Founding Fellow of the Working Bullying Academy, Ellen's expertise is in international workplace bullying and discrimination laws.
Most recently, she presented on Working Bullying in the USA and Globally at the annual EEOC EXCEL confernce in August 2015 in Washington DC and on International Workplace Bullying Laws and Developments at the May 2015 Work, Stress and Health Conference in Atlanta, GA.
She has published articles on global bullying laws and developments in SHRM’s Global Newsletter, Workplace Violence News, Workplace Violence Prevention ereport, Employee Benefit News, Management Issues as well as in the anthology Bully Beyond the Tower: A Collection of Peer Reviewed Essays on Workplace Bullying.
Ellen presented the poster “Workplace Bullying: What You Should Know” at the Organizational Development Network Conference in October 2014 and a paper on Workplace Bullying: A Global Health and Safety Issue at the 16th World Congress of the International Labour and Employment Relations Association in July 2012.
Years of experience as a neutral fact-finder in for the State of Massachusetts and federal government agencies in the employment discrimination and administrative law areas compliment her research into the field of international bullying and harassment. Ellen is a magna cum laude English major graduate of Bowdoin College and received her JD from the University of Connecticut School of Law, where she focused on labor law.
Ellen Pinkos Cobb, JD
Workplace Bullying Laws