Preventing Violence at Your Auto Dealership
In June 2019, an auto parts representative shot and killed his director and parts manager in California, before shooting and killing himself, after the dealership terminated his employment. Workplace violence can be random, but it still occurs between coworkers, disgruntled employees, associates of employees who enter the workplace and customers. In a contributed article published by Auto Dealer Today, Courtney Leyes and Benjamin Ross outline the environmental, administrative and behavioral controls an auto dealership should use to minimize the risk of being liable if workplace violence occurs.
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