American Nurses Association (ANA) & Workplace Bullying

On July 22, 2015, the American Nurses Association (ANA) came out with a position paper with regard to individual and shared roles and responsibilities of registered nurses (RNs) and employers to create and sustain a culture of respect, which is […]

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ASIS and SHRM Provide the American National Standard for Workplace Violence & Prevention

Workplace violence is any action that threatens the physical safety and/or psychological wellbeing of employees and visitors or that causes damage to company property. Violence is often categorized into three levels, as follows: Level 1 – Verbal Aggression constant refusal […]

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Sexual Harassment In The Workplace Is Still An Issue

California state law AB1825 mandates sexual harassment training for employees. Despite such laws in place, sexual harassment is rife in the workplace. Lets start by acknowledging that sexual harassment can be inflicted upon any prescribed gender or sex. However, women […]

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Government Shutdown Hits The Labor Department Workplace Safety

The government shutdown will halt the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) discrimination claims. This article on the Huffington Post has important information regarding the filing of discrimination claims with the EEOC. How will this threaten the Occupation Safety and Health […]

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