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Workplace violence in service sectors with implications for the education sector : issues, solutions and resources

Verdugo, Richard; Vere, Anamaria;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2003
Abstract
Examines the causes of workplace violence and stress and investigates the scope of violence and stress in the education sector and its impact on the sector and its workforce. Explores strategies to remedy the problem.
Subjects
free text keywords: stress, violence, service sector, education, school, teacher, OECD countries, cost, psychological aspect, bullying at work, management strategy, legal aspect, stress, violence, secteur tertiaire, éducation, école, enseignant, pays de l'OCDE, coût, aspect psychologique, persécution au travail, stratégie de gestion, aspect juridique, estrés, violencia, sector terciario, educación, escuela, maestro, países de la OCDE, costo, aspecto psicológico, acoso laboral, estrategia de gestión, aspecto jurídico
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