The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OHS) advises that murder is the fourth leading cause of occupational death in the United States. Please watch the following brief video on employee safety:
The Workplace Violence Prevention Institute's Think Tank met for the fourth time in Willingboro Township, NJ this week. Conference attendees traveled from Wisconsin, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina and Florida as well we locally from New Jersey to listen to a variety of interdisciplinary presentations. Forensic psychologist Dr. Robert L. Tanenbaum (pictured above) and safety expert/management consultant Felix P. Nater (pictured below) presented cutting edge content re
I am pleased to announce my ebook entitled "A Primer on Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation" is available exclusively on Amazon. Follow this link to peek inside the book and for ordering instructions: https://www.amazon.com/Primer-Discrimination-Harassment-Retaliation-ebook/dp/B01A4LT4P6/ref=sr_1_5?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1506081789&sr=1-5&keywords=bonczyk
Your employee brings a glock to work. Can you terminate him or her for misconduct? At the risk of sounding like a lawyer the answer is "it depends." It depends on three variables to be specific. Do you know what they are? Stay tuned to this blog for the answers.
Did you know allegations of retaliation constituted 45.9% of all charges of discrimination received by the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in f/y 2016? Did you also know that charges of retaliation have increased each and every year since f/y 2002 and continues to be the leading charge of discrimination received by the EEOC? There are strategies to mitigate the risk of employment-based retaliation. Contact me for further information . In the inter
Earlier this month, I was interviewed by the respected journalist Phillip M. Perry regarding workplace violence prevention. The article is entitled "Workplace Violence: How to reduce the risk of tragedy." Here is a link to Mr. Perry's piece including my interview in its entirety: http://www.tackntogs.com/news/workplace-violence-how-reduce-risk-tragedy
The Workplace Violence Prevention Institute's Think Tank will meet on September 26, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. at its home in the Willingboro Township public library. Forensic psychologist Dr. Robert L. Tanenbaum is one of the distinguished speakers on the agenda and will address the problem of bullying in the workplace as well as in schools. Seating is limited. To reserve your seat contact firstname.lastname@example.org