Stalking, Harassment, and Murder in the Workplace: Guidelines for Protection and Prevention

Synopsis

Researched and written by two specialists in human resource management and workplace law, respectively here is sensible, practical advice on how to recognize, understand, cope with, and prevent a major and still growing crime in today's organizations. Their "red flag" indicators that a stalking crime is being committed, plus detailed analyses of the literature, court cases, and accounts by victims themselves, are specially designed and presented to help organizational managers create and implement successful anti-stalking and anti-harassment programs in their organizations. Schell and Lanteigne's narrative case studies make clear how victims act and react, and provide insight into the minds of stalkers. An important contribution to our understanding of a growing, extremely dangerous "happening," and an essential resource for executives and managers who have to cope with it.

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 2000

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