SURVIVING WORKPLACE VIOLENCE
WHAT TO DO BEFORE A VIOLENT INCIDENT; WHAT TO DO WHEN THE VIOLENCE EXPLODES
by Loren W. Christensen
Do you work with someone who is unusually angry, antisocial, and quick to take offense? If so, you need to know that this person may be a ticking time bomb, capable of horrific acts of violence in response to some stressful situation or perceived insult. Until now, all books on workplace violence have covered the psychology of the perpetrator — interesting background information for academics, but of little help when the sound of gunfire erupts in your office and you need to know what to do right now.
Surviving Workplace Violence fills this void by providing you with solid
information that will keep you off the ever-growing list of victims of violent incidents on the job.
Within these pages you will learn:
Surviving Workplace Violence answers the hard questions that company directives, magazine articles and other books leave out: exactly what you should do before a violent incident and what you should do if violence ever explodes where you work.
Publisher: Paladin Press (January 1, 2005)
Publication Date: January 1, 2005
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
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