Identifying the employees in your organization who may be at a high risk for violent or illegal behavior simply makes good business sense.
Ottawa, Ontario (PRWEB) August 22, 2013
Employee misconduct occurs in almost every workplace. Where you have people working in the same place week after week there is bound to be stress and conflict. Misconduct can range from absenteeism or insubordination to harassment, theft or even violence. And in some organizations, it can be a significant problem.
The key to managing employee misconduct is through a proactive approach. By identifying the signals that an employee is at risk for misconduct, especially violence, managers can take steps to prevent incidents before they occur.
To help companies reduce the incidences of violence and misconduct, i-Sight is offering a free webinar on identifying high-risk employees, presented by corporate security expert Timothy Dimoff on August 29th, 2013 at 2 p.m. EST.
This will be the second webinar that i-Sight, an Ottawa-based provider of web-based case management software for investigations, has produced with Dimoff. Attendees will receive continuing education credits for participation, as well as valuable skills that help them do their jobs better.
“Identifying the employees in your organization who may be at a high risk for violent or illegal behavior simply makes good business sense,” says Dimoff.
“It allows you to be proactive about getting them help before a situation develops. And it can even save lives.”
“We’re pleased that Timothy has agreed to present another webinar with us,” says Joe Gerard, Vice-President, Marketing and Sales at i-Sight. “He has such a great presentation style and really knows his subject matter. His last presentation very well attended and we had requests to have him back.”
In the webinar, Dimoff will discuss the red flags that could signal an employee who is at risk for violent behavior, illegal activity, or fraud and theft and how to implement effective prevention strategies to reduce the risk of employee misconduct and workplace violence.
For more information and to register for i-Sight’s webinar, go to http://i-sight.com/identifying-high-risk-employees-a-proactive-approach/.