5 Hidden Signs of Violence…in Plain Sight February 4

Written by Robert D. Sollars Inconsistent Work Habits/Decreased Productivity What does this actually mean, besides getting the job accomplished? If the work habits of an individual are erratic and inconsistent from day-to-day, or even hour-to-hour on some occasions, then there may be an issue with them. Likewise, if their production rate is from the bottom […]

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Did the New Year Start Out Deadly?

Written & Compiled By Robert D. Sollars Because of politics, as happened a lot last year, along with the coronavirus, no it didn’t…at least in the media circles, I pay attention to. The total count was only 12 incidents for the month, with most of them in the Phoenix area. As I usually say at […]

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Can workplace Violence happen…at home?

Written By: Robert D. Sollars “My people aren’t even here for me to protect. They’re working at home! I can’t be responsible for their safety & security when they’re not even here! That’s bot y job, they’re responsible for their own protection while they’re at home. We can’t afford to have security and buy stuff […]

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Hidden Signs of Violence…in Plain Sight

Written by Robert D. Sollars Drug and Alcohol Abuse Never a definitive sign of a potentially violent individual. However, this abuse can be a sign of someone who can be violent, to the Nth degree, & will fly off the handle at the slightest progression into that violence. The individual who abuses these substances may […]

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Hidden Signs of Violence…in Plain Sight

Written By Robert D. Sollars Continual Excuses Usually, when you think of continual excuses from someone, it’s usually from a toddler, child, or even teenagers. While those groups may be the most prevalent it also goes for individuals who may be thinking about committing violence inside of their work address. School violence fits in here […]

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