What You Need to Know About Workplace Violence
Homicide due to workplace violence is the leading cause of death for women in the workplace and the second leading cause of death for men.
A co-worker is more likely to cause harm than a family member, customer, boyfriend or girlfriend.
2,500 out of every 100,000 workers have been physically attacked at the workplace
Inappropriate anger in the workplace is the leading cause of firing cited ahead of job incompetence.
An American Psychological Association study indicates that 71% of those surveyed experienced hostile, threatening or offensive behavior on the job over a 3 year period. And most surprising of all, most of those surveyed had not complained to anyone. They just held itin and kept silent. Just imagin the toll in stress, lost productivity, absenteeism and employee turnover.
In this course, we will review:
We will then review several workplace situations.
- Types of workplace violence
- The major cuases of workplace violence
- The warning signs of workplace violence
- What you should do if you spot a warning sign
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