Michael Winchester father of Kansas City Chiefs player James Winchester was stalked, ambushed and killed as he left work by a disgruntled ex-employee who quit in lieu of taking an alcohol/drug screening test. Michael Winchester, 52, and his son James. The perpetrator then committed suicide with the same gun used to murder Winchester. Stop workplace violence now.
SB791 will be presented on February 12, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at a hearing of the Missouri Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence Committee. The current/proposed statutory summary appears below. Information and contact details for the Chair and Co-Chair of the committee appear below: Committee: Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence Senator Bob Dixon, Committee Chairman Republican District 30 – Part of Greene County Contact Information 201 W Capitol Ave., Rm. 221
The Killer in the Next Cubicle will be available through this website on February 28, 2018 both as an ebook and a physical training manual. Here is a portion of the foreword from the book: This work focuses on workplace violence prevention and studies 161 chilling employee-on-employee murders that occurred across the United States from January 2011 through January 2018. Risk factors are identified and recommendations to help mitigate the risk of the growing tragedy that is wo
The #MeToo and other national conversation has opened up discussions about employment-based sexual harassment in the United States. The federal statute that makes harassment an unlawful employment practice is Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Please watch the following brief video for an introduction to this landmark federal law.
Frank Flaspohler, Howard County coroner who shed light on the national tragedy that is bullying by ordering an inquest under Missouri law into Kenny Suttner's death. Our research reflects that bullying is a precursor and a risk factor to more aggressive forms of violence up to and including including murder in 161 cases of employee-on-employee homicides perpetrated on American workers across the United States. The Killer in the Next Cubicle will be published on February 28, 2
If enacted, Bill S.1013 entitled "An Act addressing workplace bullying, mobbing, and harassment, without regard to protected class status" would be the first law of its kind in the nation. Comprehensive in nature, Bill S.1013 is currently in Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Currently, an employee who is victimized by bullying and who wishes to take legal action must show a correlation to his or her protected class status
Las Vegas casino mogul Steve Wynn has resigned from his position as Chief Executive Officer of Wynn Resorts, an enterprise he founded and that bears his name, following widespread allegations of sexual harassment. It has been reported that dozens of employees and others recently stepped forward to accuse the billionaire Wynn of "sexualizing" the workplace and of pressuring them to perform sexual acts which Wynn has denied. Wynn will be replaced by Matt Maddox who has served a
A critical element in workplace violence prevention is to use extreme caution while recruiting. Once you've hired employees, they're in. They will have prolonged exposure to your other employees, your customers, your trade secrets, and more. That new employee who seemed so promising during the recruiting process may not be so great while actually on-the-job. He or she may even turn out to be the workplace bully. The time to learn an error was made should never be post-hire.
Given the active shooter climate, businesses might wish to establish written workplace violence prevention policies prohibiting anyone save armed guards or law enforcement from entering any part of the property with firearms. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- On January 12, 2018, a Texas automobile dealership manager was shot in his office. Authorities say a dispute over a employee's working hours preceded the active shooter ep