MNGT 5590 Case 8.1

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Lakisah Mikell MNGT 5590 Case 8.1: Dealing With Violence At Work 1. What should managers do if they suspect an employee may become violent on the job? If a manager suspects an employee may become violent on the job, they should conduct an informal investigation of that employee. The manager should start out by keeping track of the employee’s behavior and their everyday activities while on the job. If they have security or some kind of surveillance system, the manager should consider using
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Unformatted text preview: this to have concrete evidence. If it’s not against the privacy policy of the company, the manager should consider monitoring any e-mails or any other Internet activity that might be suspicious. Once there is concrete evidence found, the manager should consider having law enforcement in place just in case that particular employee has a violent outburst. From there, the manager should take further disciplinary actions to reprimand the employee....
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This note was uploaded on 05/12/2010 for the course MNGT 5590 taught by Professor Tucker during the Summer '10 term at Webster.

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