Workplace Violence: How Your Business Should Prepare and React

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Workplace Violence: How Your Business Should Prepare and React

Violence in the workplace can occur in various forms. It can be verbal or physical. Knowing how to prevent workplace violence in any form is essential to the health of your business, and knowing how to properly react to an incident is just as important.

Engage's VP of Risk Management, Julie Croushore, talks to Business.com on this important topic.  

 "Employers should make safety and prevention a priority...creating an environment where employees feel comfortable reporting a problem..."

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