Words Hurt, Says Fed Agency

Arguing, gossiping and cussing are forms of workplace violence along with assault, murder and arson, says a Parks Canada report. The internal audit on workplace health counted 20 “violent incidents” over a two-year period but did not elaborate: “Most people think of violence as a physical assault. However workplace violence is a much broader problem.”

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