ok, this one is (again!) out of the scope of anything I've had to deal with.
We have plans in place for dealing with and communicating about a threat against our facility (bombs, fire, whatever), but nothing that specifically deals with how/if/when I should communicate to my staff that I have received a personal threat.
I live on site at the nature area that I help manage. I have begun to receive "presents"--deer heads on my doorstep, heart on top of my husband's car, deer Liver by my driver's side car door, dead raccoons everywhere.
How/when do you notify your staff that this is going on? Do you notify them?
(And yes, this is almost certainly related to the firing incident a month or two ago.)
I have 2 new hires that have been here only a month or two, and they are fabulous. I don't want to scare them off, but I also don't want to withhold information that may be important to their safety.
See? Isn't your cubicle looking good right now? :D