Taking aim at workplace violence

Snyder, Eric
November 1999
Inside Tucson Business;11/08/99, Vol. 9 Issue 33, p4
Shows that educating employees about gun use will ensure that there will be no shootings in the workplace. Prevalence of workplace shootings; Effort aimed at spotting warning signs and dealing with violence after the event; description of people who shoot up rooms full of unarmed persons as cowards acting out infantile revenge fantasies.


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