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Addressing Domestic Violence in the Workplace by Johnny Lee

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Who should be involved?

You will need to assemble a diverse group of individuals to fully assess a risk and determine appropriate safety measures. Policy development should also be done by a diverse group of individuals. Representatives from human resources, security, upper management, and the health and safety departments can unite to provide all the unique perspectives needed in such a process. This chapter will provide model language and suggestions, but it must not replace the careful and committed consideration you will get from key people in the development of this important document.

Consider inviting a representative from the local domestic violence agency even if it is for just one meeting. She or he can make specific recommendations ...

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