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Addressing Domestic Violence in the Workplace by Johnny Lee

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Low-Key Outreach

Training alone will not change a person’s behavior or belief. This will require repeated and constant reminders of why everyone in the company should be concerned about domestic violence. Holding frequent training sessions is not practical and might even turn employees off. Try distributing “awareness” material once in a while to reaffirm the company’s support. This will refresh the issue and keep the program going. A brief newsletter article can illustrate the company’s efforts and initiatives, again conveying the message that it cares for its employees. Inserts placed in pay envelopes are another effective way to let every employee know about new regulations and programs. Pamphlets, brochures, flyers with tear-off information, ...

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