Partner violence (PV) affects employers whether they know it or not. On any given day in the national workplace, employees who are victims are working distracted and sometimes fearing for their lives, employees who are perpetrators are taking time from work duties to make harassing and threatening phone calls to their partners, and coworkers of these employees are distracted by worries about their friends and by fears that an abusive partner may come to the workplace with weapons intending harm.
You can’t keep PV from happening in society at-large, but you can play your part by taking specific steps to ensure the increased safety of your workplace and improve the well-being and productivity of your employees.
Be part of the leading edge of business leaders that is defining new standards for a safe and productive workplace
Liz Claiborne, Inc., Harley-Davidson, and the Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence, among others, began the business movement over a decade ago to bring partner violence onto employers’ radar screens as a key workplace concern. Join a growing mass of business leaders in your community to make attention to PV a key provision of your workplace strategic planning.