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Subject: Workplace Violence: Dealing with At-Risk Employees Under ADA and Privacy Requirements

From: "IOMA Audio Conferences" <>

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According to the US Dept. of Justice, 1.8 million employees are assaulted in the workplace annually.

But, even persons who appear to be potentially-dangerous have rights. These at-risk employees are covered under laws such as ADA, privacy, HIPAA and many state laws.This audio conference recording will spell out what these laws say and why you can't afford to ignore them.

Best-selling audio conference CD with conference handout now available!

Don't miss out on this essential update on workplace violence. The recording of the entire program, on CD, is available here—to revisit on your own, or share with colleagues and associates. Your purchase includes the original presentation handout—plus Q&A with our speakers. What are you waiting for? ORDER NOW!

About this program:

According to the US Dept. of Justice, 1.8 million employees are assaulted in the workplace annually. Sixteen workplace assaults have resulted in deaths in the past year.

Despite an obligation to protect employees, employers must clearly understand the legal complexities and risks involved. How does an organization watch for signs that an employee could possibly be violent—without over-reacting and over-stepping the employee's rights?

Join IOMA and learn about the risks inherent in violence prevention in the workplace. You'll get advice on how to establish and enforce standards of conduct for employees, as well as ways to avoid the legal and financial risks of workplace violence.

With this 90 minute recording, you'll:

  • Methods to better assess the potentially violent individual
  • How to respond to threats of violence and defuse potentially dangerous situations
  • When to use performance management as prevention
  • How to deal with possibly dangerous employees without violating their rights under ADA and state laws
  • The best strategies for disciplining or firing workers with violent tendencies
  • How not to overreact to the threat of violence
  • How to define workplace violence and hostility

Order now for just $275!

Susan G. Nelson
Partner, Nelson & Bushman, LLC

Susan Nelson is a partner with Nelson & Bushman, a law firm providing legal counsel to individuals, businesses and nonprofit organizations throughout the state of Connecticut. She has also worked in-house in health care and human-services organizations. Sue has been a union staff attorney, human resources director, business owner, corporate compliance officer and consultant. She brings a broad viewpoint to the evaluation of legal situations. Sue was admitted to practice law in Connecticut in 1987 and is a graduate of Connecticut College and the University of Connecticut School of Law.

Michael H. Corcoran, Ph.D.
President, Henley-Putnam University

Dr. Corcoran is former agent of the United States Secret Service (Protective Intelligence Division). He is also the founder of The Workthreat Group, LLC of Newport Beach, California. Dr. Corcoran is one of the country's foremost authorities in threat assessment and work place violence and consults regularly with numerous World Fortune 500 companies. Dr. Corcoran has authored and published books and articles on the subjects of high risk security and threat assessment. He earned his Ph.D. in Behavioral Science received 1979 from Newport University, Newport Beach, CA. He is the author of Violence Assessment & Intervention: The Practitioner's Handbook 2003, CRC Press. This book is considered a standard on the subject of workplace violence prevention.


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  • MAIL: IOMA, 1 Washington Park, Ste. 1300, Newark, NJ 07102-3130
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