Intimate Partner Violence in the not so intimate workplace
Airing Saturday, May 5th, at 11 AM Pacific Time
It’s no secret to those who experience or work with intimate partner violence, that the violence often creeps (or crashes) into the workplace, either directly or indirectly by affecting the environment, the interactions, and the well-being of workers. But what do we do about it? Especially employers?
Workplaces Respond helps. It was created by Futures Without Violence and helps with resources, education, and technical assistance to employers, survivors, co-workers, and advocates to help create safer workplaces. Attorney Linda Seabrook, formerly with the U.S. Department of Justice, leads a number of legal programs and initiatives for Futures Without Violence, and she will join us to talk about creating safer workplaces free from domestic and sexual violence and stalking.
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