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It is time for HR professionals to review their policies and protocols in order to remain current.
This program will provide a comprehensive overview of best practices for organizational hostility mitigation and the role of HR
Areas Covered in the Session:
Dr. Lewis, an international consultant and trainer, has worked with national and international government agencies, healthcare facilities, educational institutions and private businesses on a wide range of work, behavioral health and organizational issues. His focus is facilitating organizational recovery and resiliency with the emphasis on “people-recovery."
He has authored numerous articles and three books: Critical Incident Stress and Trauma in the Workplace (1994) and Workplace Hostility: Myth & Reality (co-author, 1998) and Organizational Crisis Management: The Human Factor (2006). In addition, he contributed the chapter, "Violence at Work: Causes and Protection" in Psychopathology in the Workplace: Recognition and Adaptation, edited by Thomas, J. and Hersen, M., Bruner-Rutledge, NY, 2004.
In 1986, he founded COMPASS, providing Employee Assistance Programs, management consultation, organizational development, employee training and education, pre-employment screening and fitness for duty evaluations.
He is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Boston University and Clark University teaching a variety of courses on the human side of business contingency planning and emergency management. During the summers of 2009 & 2010, he taught in Israel (through Clark University). In addition, he is a member of the Advisory Committee for the Norwich University Master of Science in Business Continuity Management (MSBC) and is also an Adjunct Professor.
He provides litigation consultation/expert testimony in the areas of: Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), sexual harassment, workplace violence, fitness for duty, negligent retention/termination, Americans with Disabilities, malpractice, depression, etc.