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Workplace Violence in Your Office Building

April 7, 2010
April 2010 Vol. 5, Issue 4

Workplace Violence in Your Office Building

Suppose a senior executive working in one of your tenants’ offices approached you and said, “Our receptionist has just gone through a terrible divorce. This afternoon, her ex-husband called her and told her he was going to kill her. She’s terrified, and she believes he means it. Here’s a photo of him. Please don’t let him into the building.”

What’s your obligation as a building owner or property management representative?

Read more to find out how to handle workplace violence ...

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