The Dark Side of Organizational Behavior

By Ricky W. Griffin; Anne M. O'Leary-Kelly | Go to book overview

CHAPTER 4
When the Dark Side
of Families Enters
the Workplace

The Case of Intimate
Partner Violence

Carol Anne Reeves

New York—A former F.B.I. agent wielding two handguns shot and killed
two colleagues yesterday at the Midtown health insurance company
where they worked.… The police said he acted out of anger toward one
of his victims after their romantic relationship cooled (Baker, 2002).

Addison, Texas—A man fatally shot and stabbed a woman inside a sub-
urban Dallas office building Thursday.… Records show the suspect and
the victim shared a residence in 1999 (Emily, 2002).

Goshen, Indiana—The suicidal factory worker who gunned down a co-
worker and wounded six others was involved in a “love triangle” at
work.… Co-workers said the gunman was having a problem with a
male employee over a female co-worker, but neither employee was
among those killed or wounded (Coyne, 2001).

Intimate partner violence (IPV) has been referred to as an epidemic in the United States (Jacobson & Gottman, 1998). The most recent nationally representative survey of IPV, conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) (authored by Tjaden & Thoennes, 2000), indicated

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