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Poor Handling of a Crisis Can Damage a Company’s Reputation Almost Immediately

Crisis incidents can occur in business at any time. In the not too distant past, only the most serious incidents received major coverage by...
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Interview and Interrogation Techniques in ‘Making a Murderer’

There are several theories and strategies when it comes to the practice of investigative interview and interrogation techniques. In the past several decades, this...
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All Businesses and Schools Need an Active Shooter Policy

An active shooter is defined as “an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined or populated area." In...
workplace alcohol abuse

The Risk Hangover: The Invisible Dilemma of Workplace Alcohol Abuse in Europe

There are few workers who think “one for the road” is a good idea these days, as targeted drinking-and-driving campaigns and stringent police enforcement...

LP101: Safety in the Workplace and Safety Committees

Safety committees are a key component of safety in the workplace, offering an effective platform to get employees involved while creating greater interest in...

LP101: Establishing Policy for Safety in the Workplace

Every retail organization wants to provide a safe and healthy environment for employees and customers. We strive to prevent accidents, injuries and illnesses by...
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Effective Crisis Communications: Is Your Organization Ready?

Two Sundays ago, America remembered 9/11/2001 on its 15-year anniversary. Many anniversaries are celebrated. This one was not. It was a solemn look back...
Crisis Management

Emotional Factors in Crisis Management

We often talk about business continuity in practical, pragmatic terms. But it’s important to remember that when a crisis hits a company, no matter...
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Every Crisis Management Plan Needs to Address Workplace Violence

As mentioned in a recent article (“Terrorism, Workplace Violence, and Insurance Implications”), the latest research suggests that 95 percent of employers are either completely...
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Terrorism, Workplace Violence, and Insurance Implications

Several recent manmade disasters, including the attack at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, FL, and the Brussels airport terrorist bombing, highlight the vulnerability of the...

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