Employment in the fast food industry (e.g. McDonald’s, Tim Hortons, Wendy’s, and so on) is

Question: Employment in the fast food industry (e.g. McDonald’s, Tim Hortons, Wendy’s, and so on) is a way of earning money for everyone from teenagers to senior citizens. The long hours of operation lend themselves to a series of shifts that fit the needs of students, homemakers, and retired persons. While rare, the possibility of workplace violence exists in thisEmployment in the fast food industry (e.g. McDonald’s, Tim Hortons, Wendy’s, and so on) is a way of earning money for everyone from teenagers to senior citizens. The long hours of operation lend themselves to a series of shifts that fit the needs of students, homemakers, and retired persons. While rare, the possibility of workplace violence exists in this industry and no one who works there is immune.
Discuss 3 possible effects that working under these conditions may have on employees, and suggest ways for the employee and employee to mitigate these stressors.
What is the most likely target hardening strategy that fast food restaurants would use to protect against Type I and Type II violence?