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UNITED STATES LABOR STATISTICS
If you're honest with yourself, and take a look around your business you'll see all kinds of things that seem pretty normal, but if you look closer you could see liabilities simply waiting to occur.
Keep reading and then think about your business again.
Working in coed environments female employees feel this much more at risk than males to sexual assaults, rude comments, intimidation and general harassments.
In offices staffed with 10-20 people, employees can usually and quickly name at least one employee they believe could provoke a violent incident with coworkers.
Of employees in staff sizes under 20, feel as if there was an active shooter situation, they believe the shooter would be a disgruntled employee or a spouse of someone working for the company.
Are afraid to report incidents of harassment from senior management due to fear of retaliation.