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Domestic violence in the workplace - part II: employers' response.
AAOHN J 2006 Aug; 54(8):341-344
When U.S. companies initiate task forces, implement policies, promulgate information, and protect employees' rights related to domestic violence, they join a movement that began more than 30 years ago. By addressing domestic violence, employers can avert potential financial losses, adhere to state and federal legislation, improve work team functioning, and provide support and resources for victims, thus advancing company and employees' well-being.
Humans; Women; Psychological-effects; Psychological-factors; Psychological-reactions; Psychological-stress; Attitude; Education; Nurses; Epidemiology; Work-environment; Workers; Models; Emotional-stress; Employee-health; Employees
Issue of Publication
AAOHN Journal - American Association of Occupational Health Nurses Journal
University of Illinois at Chicago
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