Taking Aim at Workplace Violence

Once violence has been perpetrated, there is an organizational tendency to address the short-term, acute problems but to often dismiss the long-term effects on morale and productivity ("After the shooting stops," The Workplace, Mar. 12). For an organization to recover more fully from such an incident, it is crucial that the latter be addressed.

Michael Dishon

Century City, Calif.

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