All employers have a duty to protect workers from violence and harassment. So companies can’t turn a blind eye toward violence, bullying and harassment. Doing so could result in a lawsuit if a worker quit his job, believing his employer did nothing to stop the mistreatment. It could even result in liability for violating workplace safety laws. If your company wants to avoid potential liability, it must assess the risk for violence and harassment, develop violence and harassment prevention policies and train all workers on these policies. This Special Report will provide you with answers to two key questions: 1. How can you assess the risk of violence and harassment in your workplace? 2. What practical steps should be taken to address this risk?