Violence At Work: What Everyone Should Know
We have become accustomed to violence, but we do not need to accept it. This study of workplace violence, terrorism, and other forms of dysfunctional behavior associated with work suggests that both managers and non-managers would like to reduce the risks associated with violence at the workplace. The book is designed to help do just that. Violence at Work: What Everyone Should Know offers advice to reduce the threat of workplace violence and therefore (1) reduce stress, (2) enable organizations to develop potential competitive advantages in terms of their personnel and productivity, and (3) guide organizational personnel in their efforts to solve problems before they culminate in violent actions. About the Authors Dr. Ella W. Van Fleet, Founder and President of Professional Business Associates, is an experienced author and has an impressive background that includes more than 35 years of experience in teaching, training, managing, and consulting, plus three interdisciplinary degrees in Business and Higher Education. Dr. David Van Fleet has over 50 years in the practice, teaching, and research of management and organizations. David taught human relations management, organizational behavior, management, and leadership. In addition to many publications authored individually or with others, David and Ella have also co-authored several articles and books including Baseballs or Cricket Balls: On the Meanings of Bullying and Harassment (Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies, 2018), "The Violence Volcano: Reducing the Threat of Workplace Violence". and "Workplace Survival: Dealing with Bad Bosses, Bad Workers, Bad Jobs". David and Ella have also served on the WVPI Committee [Workplace Violence Prevention and Intervention], of ASIS International [formerly the American Society for Industrial Security] and SHRM [the Society for Human Resource Management].
|Name||Violence At Work: What Everyone Should Know|
|Author||Ella W. Van Fleet | David D. Van Fleet|
|Publisher||Information Age Publishing|