Workplace Violence


Employee Termination & Workplace Violence Concerns

What can employers do to help protect their employees?


The danger of workplace violence is an unfortunate reality in this day and age. Whether you are evaluating an employee’s risk of violence, or you fear a hostile termination may incite a problem, having trained security staff on hand is a smart precaution. We'll be there to prevent a problem before it starts, or take action to keep your employees and business assets safe and secure.

One of the highest risks that management and human resource professionals encounter is the threat of workplace violence following termination. Seventy-five percent of all workplace-related acts of violence have occurred during or after the firing process.

“Indeed, stories of workplace violence are filling headlines of late -- the San Diego bus mechanic who killed two co-workers or the unemployed man in upstate New York whose 12 shooting victims included a receptionist and a teacher. With such jarring tragedies, fears of violence fueled by financial worries are growing as the recession puts strain and stress on anxious workers, experts say.” By Ellen Wulfhorst

Recent litigation and court rules have made it clear that employers must provide a safe work environment for their employees. Improperly handled aggression and terminations may put your company and employees at risk.

Stonegate Protection will not only secure the situation for you, we will determine the best plan to employ for the specific situation, allowing you to continue your responsibilities without further concern.

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