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Workplace violence continues to grab headlines

Ever wonder why your doctor`s waiting room resembles a library with stacks of magazines and books placed strategically among the comfortable, overstuffed chairs?

Believe it or not it may be a subtle trick to keep waiting patients from taking a slug at a receptionist or doctor.

Workplace violence, either inflicted by co-workers, customers or an unwanted intruder, is a serious issue in the business environment.

According to a 1996 Pinkerton Security Issues Survey Report, businesses ranked workplace violence as their top concern for the third year in a row.

But it isn

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