Subject: critical incidents | Social pathology. Social and public welfare. Criminology | Employees | workplace | HV1-9960
Employees are increasingly becoming victims of critical incidents. From a systems theory point of view, it is necessary to acknowledge the impact of critical incidents not only on the personal life of the employee, but on the workplace itself.
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