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Workplace Violence by Kim Kerr

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VICTIMS OF WORKPLACE VIOLENCE: A LIFE-CHANGING EVENT

INTRODUCTION

When discussing victims of violence, it is important to point out that most violent acts against organizations originate outside of the organization. Therefore, in prevention and response planning, we need to be sure to include all potential victims. In any discussion of high-risk contributing conditions where violence is a factor of performing any particular activity or business, motion starts at the source for violence and moves inward. The focus of an evaluation should not be limited to internal sources of violent acts of persons known to the organization such as employees, vendors, or contractors. With any person or persons known to the organization, there are some additional ...

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