As human resources and security leaders shift from pandemic to reopening mode, there are a lot of challenges they will face. The impact of social isolation on everything from their employees’ mental states to their bank accounts can manifest in any number of ways, including as aggressive acts. Plus, even when working 100% remote, all too common workplace aggravations like bullying and harassment can continue to plague your employees. During this webinar, we will provide insight and guidance on how you can protect your employees from the threat of workplace violence while also helping them manage the emotional load of the ongoing pandemic.

View the webinar recording to learn how to support your workforce by:

  • Creating valuable moments of connection and interaction that support workforce wellness
  • Instituting strategies that promote and destigmatize mental health awareness
  • Using threat management best practices to mitigate risks surrounding layoffs and furloughs
  • Training your workforce to recognize and report warning signs of potential violence both in the office and in a work-from-home world
  • Managing potential threats before they escalate into violence acts

Matthew W. Doherty, Senior Vice President and Practice Lead, Threat + Violence Risk Management, Hillard Heintze, a Jensen Hughes company
Janel O’Connor, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Partner and Chief Human Resources Officer, Sikich LLP