Understand the Warning Signs and Risk Factors for Workplace Violence

Imagine this scene: The lead story on the evening news discusses a man who walked into his place of employment and started shooting, injuring several employees and killing one. Media representatives fan out into the perpetrator’s neighborhood to do a background story on this man. Neighbors describe him as “a regular guy” as they express their shock. They figure he must have just “snapped.” This is a very common myth.

 
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