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Workplace Violence: Fatal Shooting at Dental Office Was Not Sufficiently Connected to Employment

Good News: Overall Reduction in Violent Crime, “In” and “Out” of the Workplace With the stalled economy, high unemployment (and even higher levels of underemployment), record budget deficits at both the federal and state levels, under-water mortgages, the Greek debt crisis...

Workplace Violence: Fatal Shooting at Dental Office Was Not Sufficiently Connected to Employment

Good News: Overall Reduction in Violent Crime, “In” and “Out” of the Workplace With the stalled economy, high unemployment (and even higher levels of underemployment), record budget deficits at both the federal and state levels, under-water mortgages, the Greek debt crisis,...

Prior Relationship Common Factor in Workplace Homicides: Study Offers Guidance

By John Stahl, Esq. The December 2012 incident at the Sandy Hook Elementary School is a recent example of a mass shooting affecting a person in a workplace (e.g., school principal) with whom the shooter has a prior relationship. A concurrent article in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental...

Prior Relationship Common Factor in Workplace Homicides: Study Offers Guidance

By John Stahl, Esq. The December 2012 incident at the Sandy Hook Elementary School is a recent example of a mass shooting affecting a person in a workplace (e.g., school principal) with whom the shooter has a prior relationship. A concurrent article in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental...

The Path of Non-resistance in Workplace Robberies: Reducing the Risk of Customer Injury

Robbery—the crime involving sticky fingers that can get your entire hand amputated as a penalty in some cultures—is the leading cause of occupational homicide in the workplace and a known risk factor for employee injury. Some of the highest robbery-related homicide rates come out of the retail...