Preventing Violence at Work

Parent, Jennifer L.
May 2011
Business NH Magazine;May2011, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p14
The article focuses on strategies that help in the prevention of violence in workplace. According to the author, the establishment of a company-wide misconduct policy helps set standards for acceptable conduct and prevent disruptive behavior. The author adds that companies can use employee assistance programs (EAPs) in handling cases regarding workplace violence.


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