Workplace Violence + Remote Employees

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May 11, 2020

Even if your employees are working exclusively remotely or have been temporarily laid off, it is more important than ever for businesses to have an effective workplace violence prevention programs in place.

Many of the resources used in workplace violence prevention programs are just as effective virtually as they are in a traditional workplace setting. Matthew Doherty, SVP at Hillard Heinze, a Jensen Hughes company, walks us through the steps businesses can take to address violent threats remotely.

Read the article in Risk Management Magazine here.