Domestic Violence Doesn’t Stop When Your Worker Arrives at Work: How to get Help or Support a Colleague who may Need Help

Domestic Violence Doesn’t Stop When Your Worker Arrives at Work: How to get Help or Support a Colleague who may Need Help

Developed by the Occupational Health and Safety Council of Ontario in partnership with the Ontario Women’s Directorate, this pamphlet defines domestic violence, outlines why employers need to be involved, the prevalence of domestic violence, signs of high risk, how to recognize domestic violence in the workplace, what an employer should do and where to go for more help.

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Protecting Workers from Workplace Violence: What Employers Need to Know

Domestic Violence Doesn’t Stop When Your Worker Arrives at Work: What Employers Need to Know

Part of the workplace violence prevention series developed by the Occupational Health and Safety Council of Ontario. This pamphlet defines domestic violence, highlights warning signs of risk, describes how violence can affect the workplace – and provides tips for employers on how to deal with issues related to domestic violence at work. Additional resources are included.

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