Organizations undoubtedly recognize the looming threat of workplace violence and its potential impact of workforce safety and economic impact to the organization. It's challenging for most organizations, but especially the small to midsize markets, on how best to do more with limited resources and unique situations and circumstances. A shooting incident that has the potential for wreaking havoc on most organizations can debilitate a small to midsize organizations caught unprepared.
This presentation by expert speaker Felix Nater, CSC will increase your understanding of factors that critically impact your organization's workplace violence prevention initiative. It will reveal program management features intended to help you overcome common myths and misconceptions, and understand aspects of workplace violence prevention unique to your organization.
This training session will assist you to manage current workplace violence prevention programs or understand how to implement your own. You'll learn how organizations that fail to recognize the risk and fail to adopt robust, agile and proactive workplace violence prevention and violence response plans may suffer the consequences of negative media scrutiny, low employee morale and performance and litigation.
You will get answers to these important issues and help to frame an organizational dialogue that begins to address myths and misconceptions that will protect the firm against unsuspecting litigation and an ill-prepared workforce. The object is to discard insufficient arguments and position, stay away from denial of existing problems, and reliance on limited budgets and resources as justified rationale.
This webinar will address the following:
Organizational effectiveness to workplace violence prevention benefits from a robust, agile proactive workplace violence prevention strategy that's flexible, engaging and collaborative. Program management enhances management's commitment and investment while oversight generates measurable results by:
Addressing The Hidden Cost of Workplace Violence…
Personnel turnover is deeply rooted in an employee's unwillingness to be perceived as a troublemaker and resigns or asks for a reassignment rather than complaining. Such personnel turnovers are a company's worst nightmare, as they will undoubtedly volunteer to testify against the employer in the aftermath.
No one knows the exact dollar figure associated to workplace violence related exposure. Such costs are absorbed in increased medical and injury compensation claims under other unrelated ailments related to a workplace violence exposure.
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Who should attend
Felix P. Nater CSC
Mr. Felix Nater, CSC has been the president & owner of Nater Associates, Ltd for 11 years. Felix shows organizations how to best create and manage effective workplace security and violence prevention strategies using existing resources in the processing, production, manufacturing and private educational & healt... More info