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Workplace Violence in Texas
Workplace Violence in Texas

What is workplace violence? Is it when a boss gets physical with one of his juniors? Is when a fight breaks out between coworkers? Or, is it when an employee’s angry ex-husband enters the building with a gun and starts shooting anyone in his path? Actually, workplace ...

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