About the Respectful Workplace


Meet the Founder

Cynthia Wellbrock is an employment law specialist and founder of The Respectful Workplace, a company focused on eliminating workplace abuse.

With 22 years’ experience as an attorney and 17 years with her own firm, she has helped over 2000 clients and has settled 90% of her cases without going to court. As a thought leader in her field, she advises several prominent associations such as Colorado Business Law Association, Colorado Dentist Association & TalenTrust.

After having a firsthand experience with workplace harassment, she is actively combating this widespread problem that is destroying employee morale and diminishing business profits nationwide. As a leading authority she now trains companies on best practices for eradicating toxicity in the workplace, restoring respect and increasing the bottom line.

In addition to her professional work, Cynthia is a founding member of the Wheels of Justice Team that is dedicated to raising millions for the Center of Cancer & Blood Disorders at the Children’s Hospital of Colorado. She also continually does work with refugee war heroes that have served the US Military in Iraq and Afghanistan with helping them and their families navigate the challenges they experience when they relocate to the US.


Our Brand Mantra

Why are we in this business?

I became a lawyer to help others who were the victims of harassment and discrimination in the workplace. To advocate for those who could not advocate for themselves. As time went on I saw a need to address conduct in the workplace that was demeaning, degrading, hostile and sometimes abusive but yet not illegal. I saw how the legal system can’t really help people who are the victims of this type of conduct and developed a training program to help them by helping increase awareness of these behaviors, provide tools to eliminate these behaviors and thus develop positive, uplifting and respectful workplaces in which employees can thrive and companies can enjoy increased profits.

How do we want to be remembered?

We want to be remembered as a company that made a difference in people’s lives, and helped improve the culture of workplaces so employees can feel safe, respected and valued.

What are we committed to?

We are committed to running a successful training business and bringing it to a national audience. We are committed to providing quality training programs that help make respectful and improved workplaces for both companies and employees. We are committed to help restore the respect and dignity employees deserve.

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