Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA) wants to rid the federal workforce of individuals convicted of sexual assault.
A GAO report analyzed how land management agencies protect their employees from extremist violence.
Police in Ohio said a Postal employee showed up to work in the nude and then proceeded to murder his supervisor and the local postmaster.
President Trump’s new Executive Order focuses on preventing violence against law enforcement officers, but leaves out other government employees.
Workplace bullying is something that federal employees can potentially face in their jobs. The author says the federal government must do more to protect its workforce from the harm caused by workplace bullying.
The author says that workplace bullying often leads to violence or even death. She provides some statistics on how pervasive the problem is and also some suggestions on what can be done about it.
Some recent incidents highlight the need for federal employees to remain alert to the presence of possible violent actions in their workplaces.
The author outlines some examples of workplace bullying and how it affects individuals and organizations.
Physical violence is an act that transcends the ability to enact any type of conflict management or mitigating actions to resolve issues. A zero tolerance policy is a deterrent and like most deterrents it is a reactionary tool. There are many avenues to resolve conflict and as professionals, it is our responsibility to act with reason and intellect.