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Workplace Violence Trends and Red Flags

Workplace Violence Trends and Red Flags

It can be difficult getting people on board with workplace violence prevention and training. In fact, 43% of surveyed corporate executives hold the belief that workplace violence is not an issue that needs addressing. However, throughout recent years, there has been more awareness brought to preventing workplace violence among management. This is likely due to […]

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How to Optimize Bomb Threat Management: Webinar Recap

How to Optimize Bomb Threat Management: Webinar Recap

While bomb threats are often just a threat, businesses and individuals alike must be prepared and know how to properly respond to a bomb threat. Bombings are actually the most prevalent attack method worldwide. In fact, there were over 400 bombs discovered in the United States in 2015 alone. Neglecting to understand proper bomb threat […]

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Workplace Violence: Signs, Tips and Training

Workplace Violence: Signs, Tips and Training

With more than 2 million assaults and threats of violence occurring in workplaces throughout the United States annually, it’s no question that workplace violence is still a pressing issue. Preventing incidents of workplace violence is challenging, while predicting workplace violence situations is near impossible. The only way to ensure that your business and employees are […]

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Atlanta Cyber-Attack: The Scoop on Preventing a Ransomware Attack

Atlanta Cyber-Attack: The Scoop on Preventing a Ransomware Attack

It doesn’t matter who you are or what type of business you own, nobody is immune to a cybersecurity breach. Thursday, March 22nd, the City of Atlanta discovered this for themselves when they experienced a ransomware attack that has been wreaking havoc on the city. Some departments remained unaffected, while others have yet to receive the […]

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Spring Break Doesn’t Have to Break Your Business: Working Around a Reduced Workforce

Spring Break Doesn’t Have to Break Your Business: Working Around a Reduced Workforce

Ah, spring break. A fan favorite among kids, teenagers and adults alike. However, for businesses, it can be quite stressful. As spring break quickly approaches, businesses have to find ways to mitigate potential reduced workforces so they can ensure business operations continue smoothly as usual, despite a many employees requesting time off all at once. […]

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Emergency Notification is Crucial, Even in a Small Office

Emergency Notification is Crucial, Even in a Small Office

It’s no question that emergency notification is important for large businesses with many employees, but what about small businesses that have fewer than 25 employees? Do they still need an emergency notification system? At first glance, it might seem un-necessary, after all, you could easily shout and tell everyone what’s going on. However, having an […]

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