Teleconference on Violence in the Workplace: An Employers Rights, Responsibilities, and Restrictions
The impact of workplace violence on two million American workers each year is not difficult to understand. Less clear, however, are the myriad laws that establish the ways in which employers may prevent and address threats and violence in the workplace. Although employers have a general duty under OSHA to provide a workplace free from recognized hazards, statutes as diverse as the ADA and emerging parking lot gun laws restrict the steps employers may take to safeguard employees and third parties.
Paul Hastings Employment Law partners present a complimentary one-hour teleconference on workplace violence as we explore how to identify and address the dangerous employee, the current state of related laws, and the extent to which policies and background checks may be utilized to minimize the likelihood of workplace violence incidents.
CLE credit pending approval.
For questions and to register, contact Contact Greg Buss at