Employers who do not regularly address workplace violence are risking productivity loss, employee endangerment and increased costs. The CDC estimates the annual cost of domestic violence to employers is $727.8 million in lost productivity. With 21% of full time employees having been victimized and more than 75% of perpetrators having used work resources to abuse their victims, it is within employers’ best interest to proactively address domestic abuse.

Our workplace violence trainings can help increase your employees’ ability to:

  • Identify dating abuse, power and control dynamics in relationship scenarios and “warning signs” of an unhealthy/abusive relationship
  • Categorize behaviors correctly into three groups: healthy, unhealthy and abusive
  • Respond by helping a fellow employee stay safe, building a support system, accessing help services and more


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