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Violence on the Job - image of shattered glassCorporate Alliance to End Partner Violence
The Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the costs and consequences of partner violence at work - and eliminating it altogether. From policies and programs to legal issues and legislation, CAEPV is a credible source for information, materials and advice.

Futures without Violence
Domestic violence doesn't stay home when its victims go to work. It can follow them, resulting in violence in the workplace. Or it can spill over into the workplace when a woman is harassed by threatening phone calls, absent because of injuries or less productive from extreme stress. Domestic violence in the workplace includes all types of behavior that affect a person's ability to perform a job. With one out of every four American women reporting physical abuse by an intimate partner at some point in their lives, it is a certainty that in any mid-to-large sized company, domestic violence is affecting employees.

Workplace Violence: A Report to the Nation [PDF - 331 KB]
A summary of the problem of workplace violence and the recommendations developed by participants at the Workplace Violence Intervention Research Workshop held in Washington, DC in April 2000. The Workshop was sponsored by the University of Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center.

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