Does experiencing domestic violence in the past affect job success in the future?

 

Recruiting women to take part in a study.

We need your help whether you have experienced domestic violence or not. You will not have to identify yourself.

 

It’s a question you may already have a point of view on, but does it? How much? And how?

It’s a question we received from the National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence. Please help us all find out by taking part in this research study being conducted by Heather Stark, who you may know from the podcast, Three Women Three Ways. Heather is conducting this research for partial completion of her PhD in Organizational Psychology at Walden University.

The purpose of the study is to learn whether experiencing intimate partner violence (IPV) in the past, affects job success in the future.

We’re asking women 18 years or older, English speaking, and residents of the US, to take a brief survey. The survey should take about ten minutes to complete. All women are asked to take the study, since the study compares results between women who have experienced domestic violence and women who have not, and their responses regarding their job satisfaction, unemployment, underemployment and job stability.

The results of the survey will be available by request after the data has been analysed.

If you have any questions, please contact Heather directly.

[email protected]

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