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Addressing Domestic Violence in the Workplace by Johnny Lee

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Job Productivity and Performance

Physical and behavioral indications rarely capture the whole picture of a battered or abused employee. A manager or supervisor might first notice problems with job performance. The most obvious indication is frequent tardiness, going home early, or missing entire days of work. This kind of behavior is a clear sign that something is amiss.

What is the employee going through? Simply this: The abuse she is experiencing at home has such a debilitating effect that she is not able to come to work on time (or even at all). The physical trauma might even be so bad that she can’t do the work or even attempt to get dressed and leave the house. A large percentage of victims are women who at some point need urgent care or ...

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