The recent killing of a doctor and wounding of six other hospital workers could have been worse were it not for workplace violence training, a doctor said.
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The latest ransomware attack isn't really ransomware, security experts have discovered. Instead its intent is to destroy data and appeared to be "state-directed" against Ukraine. 
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A menacing new ransomware cyberattack targeting some of the world's most sophisticated companies is sweeping through Europe to the U.S.
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The steady growth of legalized marijuana is creating jobs fast. They could outnumber traditional jobs including dental hygienists, bakers and massage therapists, according to an industry survey.
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2 More Active Shooters: What Can We Learn?

  • Thursday, 15 June 2017 08:53
Tragic work-related shootings occurred on both sides of the U.S. on Flag Day, July 14. Four mass shootings have occurred within 30 days. What can we learn?
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Rolling Heads at Uber: 'Bro Culture' Problem?

  • Wednesday, 07 June 2017 15:39
Update: Uber "Chief Bro" Travis Kalanick is out as CEO of the $20 billion ride-hailing company. Investors rebuffed his temporary leave of absence following a high-profile investigation into harassment and ethical lapses.
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Could Fiamma Killings Have Been Prevented?

  • Tuesday, 06 June 2017 12:18
The second workplace mass killing in three weeks begs the question of what businesses can do to protect workers from a violent attack. 
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