Feb 21 2014

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Make domestic violence your business

TITLEBy Gwen Rutland

Domestic violence doesn’t stay at home when women go to work.

Domestic violence affects a woman at her workplace.

It is crucial that domestic violence be seen as a serious and preventable problem, like thousands of other workplace health and safety issues that affect a business. More and more, employers today recognize that personal, “real life” problems affect job performance, and job performance affects the bottom line.

Domestic violence affects productivity and increases absenteeism.

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