Prepare your organization for any violent situation through training, awareness and best practice.

What Does Workplace Violence Mean to You?

Workplace violence prevention goes beyond breaking news and incidents of mass violence. Prepare your organization for any violent situation through training, awareness and best practice.


Embracing Training as a Well-Being Tool

Much like with an EAP, investing in workplace training opportunities often faces barriers to access and utilization. Yet training is a valuable resilience tool that improves skills, bolsters engagement and impacts both job and customer satisfaction.


What’s Your Story?

What’s Your Story?

Storytelling plays a powerful role in the healing process for victim families and friends following a traumatic event. When offering support to those in need, take time to listen to the stories they have to share.


Out with the Old: Spring Cleaning Office Edition

Out with the Old: Spring Cleaning Office Edition

Shaking off the snow and ice of winter is a great opportunity to shake off the junk and clutter of an overwhelmed workspace, giving you a chance to de-stress—and just in time for spring, too.


Mark Your Calendar: April is Workplace Violence Prevention Month

Mark Your Calendar: April is Workplace Violence Prevention Month

Organizations are learning that an “it can’t happen here” mentality no longer works. Fortunately, trainings are available that will enhance a workplace’s ability to prepare for any eventuality.


Feedback Reframed: The Perspectives of Criticism

Feedback Reframed: The Perspectives of Criticism

Feedback can be tricky; navigating kneejerk reactions and blame can be even trickier. When giving any kind of criticism, focus on overall outcomes instead of individual capabilities or actions.


Strategies for staying resilient in the wake of crisis incidents.

When Recovering from Crisis, Don’t Forget to H.A.L.T.

Without the proper supports, recovering from a crisis can be a difficult process to endure. Providing crisis responders with the strategies they need to stay resilient is key to bouncing back.


Millennials working in an intergenerational workplace

EAPs and the Changing Workforce

Employee assistance programs are adapting to a dramatically changing workforce, but it’s an employer’s responsibility to connect its people with the benefits they need to be healthy, engaged and productive.


Move Your Org to the Front

Moving Your Organization to the Front

An organization feels stress through the collective experiences of its employees, affecting morale, culture and community. Understand how the brain copes with stress and trauma by “Moving to the Front.”


Having the Talk: Difficult Conversations in the Workplace

When behavioral issues begin disrupting workplace morale and productivity, overcoming barriers to difficult conversations becomes essential for organizational wellness.


Building Strategies for Safety During a Crisis

The growing prevalence of mass shootings over the years has required businesses to plan for this unfortunate reality. Developing a successful response plan for an active shooter or other violent workplace situation is paramount to employee safety, and new programs and strategies are being crafted to help organizations prepare for the worst.


When Zero Tolerance Needs More Teeth

The term “zero tolerance” has become synonymous with swift action and severe consequences. When a zero-tolerance workplace violence policy lacks substance, however, its ambiguous nature opens the door to misunderstanding and confusion when incidents of workplace violence occur. Ensuring your zero-tolerance policies are clear and concise will protect employees from aggressive workplace behavior.