Domestic Violence Spills Over Into the Workplace (Parts 1-4)
Created by Rosalind W. Jackson, Security Executive Council staff member.
In this series, Rosalind Jackson, SEC media and publications manager, discusses ways to assess the danger, help the survivor and keep the workplace safe. She discusses the signs and types of abuse; developing and communicating a domestic violence policy; the cycle of violence; the cost of domestic violence to employers; and developing a safety plan for survivors.
Part 1: What Does Abuse Look Like
Part 2: Psychology of Abuse and the Cycle of Violence
Part 3: Planning Programs and Policies for Support and Prevention
Part 4: Safety Plans and Strategies
For more information on this topic see Program Best Practices: Workplace Violence
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