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Giving dangerous employees socialization, close supervision can avoid problems

Two management professors argue that employers can prevent workplace violence by keeping dangerous employees positively engaged. The team advances the case for "mindfully observing" employees and found that human resources professionals and supervisors can advance health, wellbeing, and performance while averting danger and violence by identifying and managing high-risk employees, anticipating their needs and providing support and resources.
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