Although it appeared as a great transition, it was difficult to come to terms with how the laws in the late 1999 and early 2000 did little to impact domestic violence seeping into the workplace. No doubt, the laws and regulation noticed and took action on making domestic violence in the workplace something to address. Although it took longer than expected, the laws did take action in developing protections for employees impacted by domestic violence in their personal lives and impact in the workplace with relationships developing in the workplace.
- Definition of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking in the workplace;
- What are the actual statistics impacting companies in these cases?
- What are Employers obligation when any of these issues are raised in the workplace?
- How many domestic violence cases have impacted the different industries;
- Teach Managers/Supervisors how to handle these issues when it comes up in the workplace?
- Review case situations that have impacted Employers;
- What to do with the warning signs employees exhibit when they are involved in domestic violence situations?
- How are the courts assisting in making these claims non-judgmental to victims and encourage disclosure?
- Develop a checklist for these types of leaves & notification;
- How to plan for volatile domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking situations and walk away with decreased risk?
Margie Faulk PHR, SHRM-CP,
Who Should Attend
- Business Owners
- Compliance professionals
- HR professionals
- Board of Directors
- Leadership & Executives
- Program Managers
- Office Managers (with HR Roles)
- HR Workplace Compliance Professionals
- Managers and Specialists
- HR Professionals
- Office Managers and/or any professional on-boarding new hires
- Senior HR Professionals
- Operations Professionals