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IntroductionThis article discusses how domestic violence can spill over into the workplace and what practical steps can be taken in the workplace. While domestic violence can affect the workplace, only fairly recently has it been recognised as an issue…
IntroductionEU-OSHA defines psychosocial risks as arising from ‘poor work design, organisation and management, as well as from poor social context of work, which may result in negative psychological, physical and social outcomes[1]. Eurofound use a…
Violence in the education sector: An introductionOne of the risks to which staffs in the education sector are exposed is violence. When workers are exposed to violence, it may impact adversely on their health and wellbeing. Additionally, this may affect…
IntroductionWorkplace violence refers to incidents where workers are abused, threatened or assaulted, either by people from within or outside their workplace. Workplace violence may have severe negative consequences for the workers affected, their co-…