Timothy A. Dimoff is a nationally recognized authority on high-risk workplace/human resource issues, security, vulnerability assessments and crime, corporate investigations, security related HR issues, violence/violence prevention, security analysis and vulnerability assessments, drugs/substance abuse issues, law enforcement/private security procedures.
He is an experienced consultant and trainer for corporations, government and police procedures.
He's authored How to Recognize Substance Abuse, and Life Rage, a chilling examination of societal rage and safeguards against it.
He's been a commentator and expert witness for MSNBC, CNN, Court TV, the BBC, The Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal, and court trials.
He's certified by ASIS as a Certified Protection Professional (CPP™), is a TASA registered legal expert in HR, management training, police/private/corporate security procedures. He's a member of The Ohio and International Narcotic Associations; The Ohio and National Society for Human Resource Managers; and the American Society for Industrial Security.
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Medical marijuana is now legal in many states and many other states are considering legalizing it. This creates a host of issues and questions, legal and otherwise, that employers must address. This also affects workplace issues and policies. And since each state is different, how do you know how your state laws vs. federal laws affect the issue? It is confusing but this is an area where it is critically important to understand and to act accordingly.
Bullying in the workplace is a very serious issue. It has been linked to workplace violence and many other workplace problems.
School shootings - church shootings - road rage – bullying - workplace rage. We are so angry! It seems as if there are no boundaries anymore. Have we completely forgotten how to deal with life’s setbacks in a civilized manner? Have we become a world full of life’s rages
Timothy A. Dimoff
It began with "Road Rage" and quickly expanded into "School Rage", "Work Rage", "Air Rage", "Anti-government Rage" and "Anti-business Rage." . . . Life Rage examines these rages...their causes and effects, and offers hope and solutions. Americans can come together and make our lives and businesses safer and better.