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7 Reasons Employers Should Address Domestic Violence

7 Reasons Employers Should Address Domestic Violence

With Australia suffering from a domestic violence ‘epidemic’, employers have a responsibility to protect the safety and job security of victims

It's time for employers to back domestic violence victims and stand up to abusers

With Australia suffering from a domestic violence ‘epidemic’, employers have a responsibility to protect the safety and job security of victims

Intimate Terrorism - Domestic Violence - UNTIL THE 1970S, MEN WHO BEAT THEIR WIVES OR GIRLFRIENDS WEREN'T ARRESTED.

What You Need to Know Right Now About Domestic Violence

Domestic violence doesn't only happen at home. Cosmopolitan investigates how relationship violence puts us all at risk…

The Duluth Model - Wheel Gallery - "Secondly, many women who do use violence against their male partners are being battered. Their violence is primarily used to respond to and resist the controlling violence being used against them. On the societal level, women’s violence against men has a trivial effect on men compared to the devastating effect of men’s violence against women."

Domestic Abuse Intervention: The Duluth Model - Wheel Gallery

American Express:  "The image of domestic violence as a 'family matter' contained within the home is an outdated and dangerous notion."

Employers’ Responsibility To Victims Of Domestic Violence

American Express: "The image of domestic violence as a 'family matter' contained within the home is an outdated and dangerous notion.

Can the Quincy Solution Reduce Domestic Violence?  - "Almost all custody cases get settled before trial. “The problem with custody court is the 3.8 percent of cases that go trial,” he said. “The courts mistakenly think of these as high-conflict cases, in reality between 75 and 90 percent of these cases are domestic violence cases. They’re cases where the most dangerous abusers… are using custody courts to pressure their victims in return for leaving.”

Can the Quincy Solution Reduce Domestic Violence?

Roundtable Discussion: A Former NFL Player Talks About How To Stop #Domestic Violence Now

A former NFL player joins experts in a roundtable discussion hosted by Melissa Mahler of Pro Player Insiders in how we can help stop domestic abuse now.

‘No More’ Asks Employers to Be Aware of Domestic Violence | Business Journal Daily "Domestic violence, the widespread crime that’s none of my business or someone else’s business, is everyone’s business"

‘No More’ Asks Employers to Be Aware of Domestic Violence

No Domestic Violence in Russia, Suggests Children's Ombudsman | News | The Moscow Times - ""Constant and excessive use of the term 'domestic violence' serves to program, zombify and intimidate families and parents," Astakhov, a lawyer known for his conservative views, wrote on his Instagram account Friday"

Russian children's rights ombudsman Pavel Astakhov spoke out Friday against using the term "domestic violence," arguing that it discredits the concept of the family.

“Domestic violence: where is the public outcry?”: Lucy Mangan on the urgent need for a better response

“Domestic violence: where is the public outcry?”: Lucy Mangan on the urgent need for a better response

The most comprehensive Australian study of family violence to date reveals million women reported violence perpetrated by a male partner

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