Stopping Workplace Violence
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Michael Corum, an authority on handling problem employees in the civil service, offers guidance to federal supervisors on preventing and dealing with workplace violence. Supervisors, managers and those that advise them benefit from instruction on topics including:
- An Introduction—including the four forms of workplace violence in the federal job site and tools to dealing with workplace violence
- The Most Common Myths of Workplace Violence
- Preventative Measures—including how to set rules, establish procedures and conduct pre-employment screenings
- Verbal and Other Intimidating Behavior—including “trash talking,” intimidating comments, and threats; formal and informal disciplinary actions; referral to counseling; medical examinations; and whether to involve law enforcement
- Physical Acts of Violence—including the various types of physical acts and how to deal with them, and affirmative defenses
- Violence From Other Sources—including physical security and administrative controls
- Appendix A-Sample Documentation—including sample Letter to Employees About Workplace Violence, Informal Letters of Warning, Formal Letter of Reprimand, and Letter of Proposed Adverse Action
- Appendix B-Recommended Penalties for Workplace Violence—includes a table with recommendations for the range of penalties for various types of offenses
Also includes a detailed table of contents.
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