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    Quote Originally Posted by Squid View Post
    been informed that they would be subject to unpredictable and possibly violent outbursts from upset patients and/or patients friends and family, and ask them if they had any experience in coping with that in the past without coming down with a bad case of PTSD.
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    In this case the hospital did have such a policy that is signed by employees, but the action they took was far beyond the pale of what any employee should expect during the normal course of their employment - and that is a point of law in many of these cases. Your suggestion does not shield an employer against extraordinary actions on their part. There had been no robbery training whatsoever.






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    Does anyone have the court documents detailing this case? I'm having a little trouble finding it. Thanks!


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    Quote Originally Posted by tanko View Post
    Does anyone have the court documents detailing this case? I'm having a little trouble finding it. Thanks!
    I can't release any documents I have in this case. I've looked and the internet has yet to pickup official court documents - if the court has even released them yet.






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