Archive February 2011 XII, No. 2


Can't We All Just Get Along?

Marlene Bell, RN, MN, CNOR, CASC


No one gets out of bed in the morning with the intention of butting heads with someone at work, but we all have our days, don't we? To protect your staff from workplace violence, establish and maintain a zero-tolerance policy that lets employees report incidents without fear of retribution. Here's how to keep the peace.

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