Was February the month for love…or death?

Compiled By Robert D. Sollars Figure that out by looking at the number of incidents below. Not many people were in the mood for love or even loving their fellow man with all the violence that occurred in both schools & businesses. And speaking of violence in schools… You’ll notice there were 6 incidents this […]

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Your Choice to “Snitch” or Ignore

Your Choice to “Snitch” or Ignore Written by Robert D. Sollars Just like a 2-year-old, we ignore the warning signs of something very bad & nasty coming into your life, such as workplace violence (WPV). This in turn leads directly to you being responsible for carnage and destruction within our organizations, and they have no […]

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Who Failed to Connect the Dots and why?

Written By: Robert D. Sollars Workplace violence (WPV) assaults, verbal to a point and physical, & shootings can be lessened and even prevented by paying attention to the warning signs, which we just finished discussing last week. We pride ourselves on the Department of Homeland Security’s quote “See something, say something”. They say it works […]

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Hidden Signs of Violence…in Plain Sight

Written by Robert D. Sollars This is the last post in this series on warning signs. As a bit of a self-promo, I’ll be leading a webinar on the 23rd for http://www.hinkcurity.com, on the initial indicators of workplace violence. Go to the website and sign up to be there. These warning signs are never a […]

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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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