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Do you believe employees can control substance abuse to adequately perform their job?
Weegy: I do believe that employees can control substance abuse while on the job. Especially if they are aware that drug tests can be administered at any time. [ Most employees today are afraid of losing their job, so risking it just to get high doesn't seem sensible to them. Hope this helps. ] (More)
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Why do you believe employees can control substance abuse to adequately perform their job?
Weegy: It does not alter or determine compliance responsibilities in OSHA standards or ... employers have a general duty to provide their employees with a workplace .... The increasing presence of gang members, drug or alcohol abusers, trauma .... [ Administrative and work practice controls affect the way staff perform jobs or tasks. ] (More)
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Why do you believe employees can control substance abuse to adequately perform their job?
Weegy: I do believe that employees can control substance abuse while on the job. Especially if they are aware that drug tests can be administered at any time. [ [ Most employees today are afraid of losing their job, so risking it just to get high doesn't seem sensible to them. Hope this helps. ] (More)
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What are two sources of violence in the workplace?
Weegy: n general, there are two sources of workplace violence: external, usually with robbery as the motive, and internal, which includes current and former employees and the friends and families of current and former employees. [ "This distinction is important because external violence is somewhat easier to address," according to Lynne McClure, president of McClure Associates Management Consultants Inc., Mesa, Ariz. Companies can minimize the risk of external workplace violence by installing security cameras, providing a well-lit workplace, placing adequate locks on doors, and never allowing employees to work alone in a retail environment. Internal sources of workplace violence are somewhat more difficult to address. "You can do things to minimize potential violence through the physical layout of the workplace, such as installing metal detectors and having adequate security coverage, but it comes down to policy issues," said McClure. Three factors interact to create an internal violence incident: an employee prone to violence, an organizational culture that encourages (or at least doesn't discourage) violent or aggressive behavior, and the "last-straw incident." The key to prevention is to eliminate some or all of these factors. Homicide is the leading cause of work-related deaths for men and the second leading cause of work-related deaths for women, according to the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). In 1996, homicide accounted for 912 work-related fatalities, representing 15 percent of all work-related deaths, according to the BLS. But homicide is just the tip of the iceberg. The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) estimates that each year nearly one million individuals are victims of violent crime when at work. Moreover, some experts estimate that more than half of the violent acts that occur in the workplace, including rape, assault and intimidation, go unreported. While violent crime in the workplace concerns everyone, it should be ... (More)
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