Tag Archives: workplace violence

Armed and Dangerous: How are Employers to Respond?

by Renee Mielnicki, Esq. Watching the news lately is surreal. The recent attacks in Paris and San Bernardino have a lot of us thinking both personally and professionally about the issue of guns and violence. In Allegheny County, PA, the … Continue reading

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Risk Management Lessons from the NFL

by Renee Mielnicki, Esq. The NFL is no stranger to scandal, especially when it comes to domestic violence. I’m sure we can all think of multiple incidents involving domestic violence starting with Ben Roethlisberger, a Pittsburgh Steeler, who was accused … Continue reading

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The Costs of Workplace Violence is Too High to Ignore

Workplace violence continues to occupy headlines as mass shootings have occurred in workplaces around the nation over the last several years. Violence at work is unfortunately more common than just what is read in the headlines. It includes threats, harassment, … Continue reading

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The Costs of Workplace Violence is Too High to Ignore

by Renee Mielnicki, Esq. Workplace violence continues to occupy headlines as mass shootings have occurred in workplaces around the nation over the last several years.  Violence at work is unfortunately more common than just what is read in the headlines. … Continue reading

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