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Host Mike Causey and his guests will be talking about cases of workplace violence in the federal government, how you could be affected by an increase in retirement applications, and how one organization feels about sequestration.
October 10, 2012
What are the most dangerous jobs in America? Lumberjack, tuna fisherman or cab driver, right? How about VA nurse or Social Security clerk - maybe even your job at the IRS, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says.
Current and former federal employees, not hardened criminals, committed most acts of workplace violence, according to the Merit Systems Protection Board. The federal workplace was also more violent when compared with the private sector.
The director of the Federal Protective Services says there are simple things you can do to mitigate workplace violence.
The Sec Tech '10 conference will cover everything from cyberthreats to workplace violence. Duke Rollins from host ADT joins us with details.
Working for Uncle Sam means that sometimes, whether you know it or not, you have a bullseye on your back. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey talks about feds who go about their business every day while in harm's way.