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Workplace Domestic Violence Program

July 1, 2020

1 in 3 employees across Canada have experienced domestic violence. Domestic violence is not restricted to the home and often extends into the workplace. As families across Canada have retreated into their homes to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, many victims are now faced with increased isolation, at times with their abuser.

Is your organization prepared to respond to domestic violence in the workplace?

Make it Our Business is a education and support program that supports you in preparing your organization to prevent and respond to domestic violence. We provide a tailored and whole company approach that allows you to build skill, knowledge and confidence to address domestic violence in the workplace. We can provide a package of:

  • Training and workshops for employees
  • Policy and process support and development
  • Awareness raising workplace campaigns
  • Basic education on legislative requirements

Make It Our Business is a training provided in collaboration with the Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women and Children at Western University. To speak about your organizational needs and the supports and education available, get in contact today.

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