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Washington State Passes Workplace Violence Law

July 2, 1999
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This could be a signal more states are going beyond OSHA's "General Duty" clause.
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Employee Sabotage Don t Be a Target!

July 1, 1999
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Angry employees are sabotaging employers' equipment and operations in increasingly sophisticated and creative ways. Find out why workers aren't always on your side and what actions you should take.
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Third-party Hotline Can Thwart Sabotage

July 1, 1999
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The premise behind the confidential service is that employees often know more about what's going on than senior managers do.
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Mad as Hell, and Not Taking It Anymore

July 1, 1999
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This former employee "decided to make things a bit unpleasant for the owner."
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Domestic violence A workplace responsibility

June 29, 1999
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Is the workplace a venue to stop it in its tracks?
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Stomping Out Violence at the U.S. Postal Service

May 1, 1999
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The U.S. Postal Service has developed a 5-pronged zero tolerance strategy for reducing violence. Here’s a summary.
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Zero Tolerance Making It Work.

May 1, 1999
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Zero tolerance is all the rage. But dealing with workplace problems requires more than rhetoric. It’s about crafting an effective policy and putting all the pieces in place to make it work.
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The Postal Service’s Zero Tolerance Policy

May 1, 1999
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In the wake of several well-publicized incidents, the United States Postal Service posted this safe-workplace policy at all locations.
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The Size of OSHA Penalties

April 9, 1999
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The Size of OSHA Penalties
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