In the workplace, curiosity does NOT, as they say, "kill the cat." To the contrary, if you are in a workplace dispute, curiosity is a GOOD thing. Curiosity will cause you- before you take action- to take time to pause, gather more information, learn what is truly going on, and hopefully learn from credible sources what options you truly have. These are good things. Curiosity is a good instinct to have when you are in a risky situation, like a workplace dispute, and you don't know the full ramifications of what's going on.
You may be in a situation where (1) an employer has violated your trust in the past, and you are uncomfortable with that employer; but (2) you still need something from that employer- their payment of overdue wages, their approval of a pending administrative request, etc.
Wisconsin's anti-bullying bill, if enacted, would prohibit employers' "abusive conduct" that cause employees "tangible harm."