Lake Forest, CA (PRWEB) January 31, 2005
PreemploymentDirectory.com, an official web site of The National Institute for the Prevention of Workplace Violence, (a recognized leader in occupational violence prevention), today announced that due to heavy customer demand, several new features have been added to its popular on-line preemployment screening directory including a new "Suppliers to the Preemployment Background Screening Industry" section and a revamped "International" section with interactive global map and expanded listings.
The user-friendly Preemployment Screening directory is expertly designed as a one stop source for all preemployment and background screening needs and is situated at the workplaceviolence911.com site, a leading source of online workplace violence information that ranks in the top 10% of all Web sites according to Alexa.com, a Web-based research firm that monitors web rankings and traffic. The directory can be accessed by visiting http://www.workplaceviolence911.com and clicking on "Preemployment Directory" or directly clicking on http://www.PreemploymentDirectory.com.
According to the National Institute for Workplace Violence President, W. Barry Nixon, the Preemployment Directory has experienced overwhelming demand since its launch last year with an explosive growth of close to 300%. The directory now has over 400 companies listed. To gain a listing in the Directory, a company must be primarily in the business of conducting preemployment screening or background checks and must provide this service to multiple clients. (Most of the listings fall into this category).
"We are excited to see such a positive response from the industry to our Preemployment Screening Directory, which now has the largest collection of firms providing preemployment and background screening services on the Web, making the search for the right company a whole lot easier. I hope that these new features help in providing the big picture regarding preemployment and background checking because it is it is an integral part of a complete workplace violence prevention program, and no longer a peripheral issue," Nixon commented.
About the National Institute for the Prevention of Workplace Violence:
As a recognized leader in occupational violence prevention, the National Institute for the Prevention of Workplace Violence serves as a center for research, consulting, training, publications and software. The Institute believes that the target of an effective workplace violence program is injury prevention. Its focus is on reducing Âat riskÂ behaviors and practices. Accordingly, the Institute helps organizations attack and remove the root causes that lead to violence and helps them learn how to intervene before incidents happen.
Using the NIX Model for Preventing Workplace Violence TM, a comprehensive approach to preventing occupational violence, the Institute carefully crafts a plan to help its clients put in place the tools, processes and procedures necessary to build a safe and secure workplace.
Mr. Nixon is the Workplace Violence consultant for the State of California and provides consulting and training for managers and employees. A partial client list includes Gillette, Canon, Blue Shield, MacyÂs, Caltrans, National Transportation institute And District of Columbia Water & Sewer Authority.
Complete details and a full review of Workplace Violence issues can be found at http://www.workplaceviolence911.com or by calling W. Barry Nixon at 949-770-5264 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.