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Handling Domestically Violent Employees: How to Keep Up Employee Productivity and Organizational Safety

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Handling Domestically Violent Employees: How to Keep Up Employee Productivity and Organizational Safety

Time: April 4, 2019 from 1pm to 2pm
Location: Training Doyens 26468 E Walker Dr,Aurora, Colorado 80016-6104
Street: Training Doyens 26468 E Walker Dr,Aurora, Colorado
City/Town: Aurora
Website or Map: http://tinyurl.com/y4lg7p35
Phone: +1-720-996-1616
Event Type: online
Organized By: Training Doyens
Latest Activity: Mar 15

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OVERVIEW
Statistically speaking, most large companies have hundreds or even thousands of domestic abusers in their workforce at any given time. These employee-perpetrators can present numerous safety, financial, and legal risks to their employer, particularly if they work alongside their victim. Learn how to identify abusers, and assess and manage the risks they pose while gaining a deeper understanding into how they impact your business.
Focus features of this unique, multimedia training include compliance and liability issues, domestic violence policy for employers, proactive policy recommendations, helpful batterer resources, domestic violence prevention tips and practical security measures to enhance safety throughout the entire workplace.
Attendees will improve their knowledge of employer responsibilities and protections, develop crucial risk evaluation and mitigation skills, and gain fresh new insights into handling this complex and dangerous threat.
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND
More than half of women (and many men) have experienced physical, sexual, or severe emotional abuse during their lifetime and most of these victims are employed, as are their abusers. When both show up to their jobs, the abuse and harassment often follow, emerging as domestic violence “spillover” in the workplace. The spillover spectrum ranges from repetitive phone calls on the mild end, to mass shootings on the extreme. Of course, violent incidents are a primary concern, but the impact of domestic violence in the workplace reaches far beyond human safety alone.
Abuser employees have higher absenteeism and lower employee productivity rates than non-abuser employees. Employees who batter at home create a significant liability risk at work, as employers face everything from OSHA violations to multi-million dollar post-incident lawsuits.
Employers should attend this training because while it is within their power to address and defeat the insidious enemy of violence in the workplace, they can’t do it without understanding the nature of their opponent and knowing exactly what tools to use in the battle against it.
AREAS COVERED
This first part of this training will be devoted to learning about the abuser as employee and developing an understanding of the impact of domestic violence in the workplace. Areas of concentration include safety risks, compliance and liability issues, performance impact, and common employer held myths. Participants will examine real life case studies featuring abuser employees and discover the targeted violence warning signs that may have been present in those situations.
The segment ends with a discussion on how workplace violence policy can be used to deter and deal with abusive employees.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
At the end of this training, participants will be able to:
• Describe the safety, economic, and liability risks that domestically violent employees present
• Learn domestic violence prevention tips and explain how to recognize, respond to, and refer domestically violent employees
• Demonstrate knowledge of employer responsibilities and protections when addressing domestically violent employees
• Identify new ideas to increase on-the-job safety for the entire workplace
WHO WILL BENEFIT
• Human resources and management professionals
• Security personnel
• Wellness and safety professionals


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Email: support@trainingdoyens.com
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Tel: +1-720-996-1616
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