April 2014
Occupational Health;Apr2014, Vol. 66 Issue 4, p10
Academic Journal
The section offers news briefs as of April 2014. Findings from the Health and Safety Executive's crime survey for England and Wales reveal that one in four victims of violence at work were attacked three or more times in 2012-2013. The Safe Haven Model has been found out to be capable of helping cut the risk of employee suicide. A U.S. study reveals that allowing employees to have access to an employee assistance programme (EAP) can address depression and the dangers to workplace productivity.


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