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Violence at Work

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ISBN13: 9781903240625
ISBN: 190324062X
Published: December 2001
Publisher: Willan Publishing
Format: Hardback
Price: £90.00

Workplace violence has emerged as a growing concern in today's interdependent political economy, and increasing attention is being paid to the phenomenon by both business and in the academic world to identifying its causes and to devise strategies to prevent it.;In this book, a distinguished international team, composed of both academics and practitioners, identify and address the key issues. It reviews the earlier literature on workplace violence, identifying and assessing key trends and patterns of violence at work, and reapplying traditional theories of victimization and approaches to prevention, security and safety. Particular attention is paid to case studies which reflect innovative practice in prevention strategies, and in assessing informal frameworks which have been developed in response to this.

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Introduction; 1 Defining Violence at Work (Vaughan Bowie); 2 Occupational violence in industrialised; countries: types, incidence patterns, and 'at risk' groups of workers (Claire Mayhew); 3 Causal factors of violence in the workplace: a human resource professional's perspective (A. Giles Arway); 4 Developing a framework for understanding patterns of abuse and violence against businesses (Matt Hopkins); 5 The process of employee violence: the building of a workplace explosion (James F. Kenny); 6 Workplace violence in the United States: are there gender differences?; 7 Prevention of violence affecting workers: a systems perspective (Mark Braverman); 8 Standards for violence management training (Brodie Paterson and David Leadbetter); 9 Why workplace bullying and violence are different: protecting employees from both (Oonagh Barron); 10 Dealing with violence in the workplace: the experience of Canadian unions (Anthony Pizzino); 11 The Assaulted Staff Action Program (ASAP): ten-year analysis of empirical findings (Raymond B. Flannery); 12 Violence at work: supporting the employee (Noreen Tehrani); Concluding thoughts; Index