Working with Employed Domestic Violence Victims: Recognize, Respond, and Refer
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Deadline: May 10, 2017 | Date: May 10, 2017
Updated: 2017-03-10 14:49:31 (GMT+9)
Call For Papers - CFPThis presentation introduces participants to the topic of domestic violence and how it impacts the workplace, before explaining in depth the concept of the “3 R’s”: Recognize, Respond, and Refer. Attendees will learn how “spillover” affects the victim’s performance and safety as well as that of their co-workers. They will examine how a business overall is damaged by domestic violence, even if employers never know it’s happening.The training focus will be divided into three central parts:Signs of domestic violence victims and abusersBest practices for effective, sensitive intervention (including sample scripts) andGuidelines for appropriate referrals and follow-up, both internal and external.Included will be national organization contacts for helping victims outside of work, as well as resources for employers wishing to address the issue further.Why Should You AttendCorporate threat managers, security, and human resources personnel are all responsible for helping to maintain safety in the workplace. But, if you don’t know what threats are lurking below the surface, or don’t understand the nature of the ones you can see; your company may suffer immeasurable human and financial losses. Domestic violence is an insidious enemy to the American workplace: Over 60% of women and many men have been physically, sexually, or severely emotionally abused by an intimate partner, and three quarters of those victims are employed. The violence and harassment that often follows them to work can pose significant danger to staff and customers, while invisibly stealing billions of dollars per year in absenteeism, lost productivity, higher health care costs, increased liability, and reduced employee retention. When a private employer neglects to educate it’s workforce, fails to establish a culture of trust and disclosure among employees, and remains ignorant to the true reality that victims face, then they are “flying blind” with no way to see the potential risks ahead of them. If an employee involved case “collapses” and tragedy strikes, companies (as well as the communities in and around them) may take years to financially and emotionally recover from the damage. Domestic violence in the workplace can be a complex, high stakes problem, but it isn’t one without solutions. Don’t miss your team’s opportunity to learn how to face employee involved cases with confidence and security.Areas Covered in this WebinarDomestic Violence Foundations: Prevalence, Types, Dynamics, and EffectsHow Spillover Impacts the Workplace: Victims, Abusers, Co-workers, and EmployersHow to Recognize a VictimHow to Recognize an AbuserSensitive, Effective Victim Response: What to Say, How to Say it, When to Say it & What Not to SayWhere to Send Victims for Help: Internally and ExternallyAdditional Resources for EmployersLearning ObjectivesParticipants will:Learn about domestic violence and how it affects a businessExamine the signs of domestic violence in order to better identify abused employeesExplore best practices for asking about violence and responding to disclosures with compassionate confidenceDiscover new ideas for appropriately referring victims and national resources for helping both victims and employersWho Will Benefit- Corporate Threat Managers- Security Professionals- Human Resources Personnel- Business Attorneys- Wellness ProfessionalsFor More Info, Please Click below URL:https://www.demystifiedsolutions.com/trainingDetails/Working-with-Employed-Domestic-Violence-Victims-Recognize-Respond-and-Refer-DEMY051438
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