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Social Problems Prepared For Professor GA Pilet Prepared By K Mitchell T Dennis Violence in the Workplace Defined Violence which arises out of disputes or adverse interpersonal relations between employees and employers in and around their place of employment Three categories of workplace violence - Type I - Stranger Violence - Stranger vs Employee armed robbery - 60 of all workplace homicides - Type II - Client Violence - Client vs Employee military retiree attacks pharmacy representative - 30 - Type III - Employee Violence - Employee vs Employee estranged husband upset over wife leaving the home confronts her at work which escalates - 10 Death on the Job Homicide is the leading cause of death for women in the workplace and second leading cause for men US Dept of Labor Bureau of Statistics 1995 Killer Profile White male over age of 35 generally socially isolated loner chronically disgruntled and has particular disdain for authority history of violence or a history of violence toward women may have substance abuse problems andor mental-health problems Our discussion Domestic Violence Correlation to Workplace Violence - Victim Characteristics -- Females -- 5 of women victimized by husband ex-husband boyfriend or ex-boyfriend -- In comparing victim-offender relationship Stranger - 40 Casual acquaintance - 35 Well known - 19 -- Almost half of the workforce in this country is made up of women an abused woman is often a working woman - Domestic Violence - Impact on a womans economic stability and job performance -- 58 surveyed were working at the time they were abused -- 55 absent from work as result of being physically abused -- 62 reported being late to work -- 25 lost a job partly due to being abused -- 33
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