This past weekend in New York City, thousands of protesters gathered in Times Square. But the number of protesters wasn’t the headline. Rather it was the diversity of the crowd that was surprising. One sign indicative of the mood read, “Dear Democratic Party, you lost...
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Workplace violence is now the fourth leading cause of workplace deaths and in the corporate world⏤deaths are second only to transportation. OSHA statistics document that every year millions of American workers report having been victims of workplace violence. In 2017 alone, 18,400 injuries and 458 deaths were attributed to workplace violence. In this timely episode of A Thread of Evidence, DrRon and special guest, forensic investigator and workplace violence subject matter expert Mark Kasack delve deep into the causes and effects of the workplace violence phenomenon and Mark provides us with some very useful tips on recognizing the signs of stress in our employees and taking positive, proactive steps in reducing the potential for violence in our workplaces.
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