Who’s Coming To Work?

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As our workplaces open back up and we welcome employees into our facility, there are inherent risks that you need to consider. The impacts of COVID 19, including layoffs, furloughs, financial strains, childcare issues and illness concerns, have created significant pressure on the mental health of your team. These issues, combined with a 30% increase in domestic violence cases and increased drug and alcohol abuse during the quarantine, create a powder keg of anxiety that is a direct threat to every workplace in America. Left unchecked or unmonitored, employee issues can escalate quickly and cause negative consequences such as low productivity all the way up to incidents of workplace violence.

Have you experienced layoffs or furloughs? Changed people’s work schedules, office design, tasks & duties? Reduced wages or eliminated benefits and time off? The combination of added pressure at home and the impacts of returning to a different work environment can create a perfect storm of pressure. You need to prepare for these behavioral challenges and be prepared to put steps in place to keep your workplace safe.

This 90-minute webinar lead by Protective Advanced Safety Services (PASS) will provide insights drawing from over 100 years of collective police and corrections experience to educate and empower employers who are working to maintain safe workspaces.

Who Should Attend

HR professionals, managers, supervisors and team leads responsible for providing a safe workplace for all employees

Learning Objectives

  • Identify key elements of a workplace violence policy
  • Recognize signs of potentially violent behavior
  • Develop a safe and effective plan for communicating furloughs, lay-offs and terminations

HRCI & SHRM® Credits: 1.5