Standing Committee to Offer Seminar on Violent Behavior in the Workplace
Posted February 8, 2000; 10:28 a.m.
The Standing Committee on the Status of Women will sponsor a series of Brown Bag Lunch Seminars to be planned by its Work/Life Task Force. The first seminar, "Would You Know What to Do If Confronted By Threatening or Violent Behavior at Work?" will be presented in the Senate Chamber of Whig Hall on Tuesday, February 15, from noon to 1 p.m. and again from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Learn about University policy on workplace violence, how to recognize potentially threatening behavior, and how to deal with threatening or violent incidents. Presenters will include Fred Clarke, director of employee relations, labor relations and services in Human Resources; William Sanderson, Employee Assistance Program counselor in Human Resources, and Lieutenant Donald Reichling of Public Safety.
Information about the Work/Life Task Force and the Standing Committee on the Status of Women is available at the Standing Committee web site. Questions about the Brown Bag Lunch Seminars and the Work/Life Task Force also may be directed to Joyce Offery, chair of the task force, at 258-1430 or email@example.com .