- Primary causes of stress
- Workplace violence is something we simply cannot believe will happen where we work.
- Listening, understanding & a commitment to succes
- Accountability & Responsibility
- Time & Project Management
- Dealing with Unacceptable Employee Behaviors
- Solving difficult employee-business problems
Kent J. Martini, is a recognized expert in the areas of stress, productivity and business, having been featured on National Public Radio, the New York Times, CBS Morning News and Current Affair.
He has worked as the ceo of a automotive supplier; global human resources director for an international software engineering company; and national training director for a billion-dollar high-tech retail organization.
His public sector work involves universities, congressional offices, state agencies and many non-profit entities.
Why it’s time to formally deal with stress & workplace violence.
The past few months has seen many examples of in violence in the workplace. An increased amount of stress, along with other pressures, is causing business billions of dollars in higher lawsuits, lost productivity, increased medical payments and higher turnover among key employees.
Companies often acknowledge that they “really should do something” about helping their employees deal with stress, or they should look to see if they can make their workplace environment safer. Unfortunately, they seldom take the time do actually address these issues.
Kent J. Martini has developed several programs, with small investments of time or money, that can help businesses really take action to help their employees.
Because of laws requiring companies to actively provide a safe work environment, because of lost profits due to stress & workplace violence and because these problems are getting worse; it’s now time to formally deal with stress & potential workplace violence.