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How domestic violence seeps into the workplace
Asking the abuser: Studying effects of domestic violence on workplaces – by asking perpetrators
Western Media Relatons: Study investigates effects of domestic violence on workplaces – by asking perpetrators
Science Newsline: Study Investigates Effects of Domestic Violence on Workplaces - by Asking Perpetrators
Domestic violence costs perpetrators’ workplaces too: Western, U of T researchers find
Study: Domestic violence affects victims, offenders in the workplace
Study investigates effects of domestic violence on workplaces -- by asking perpetrators
One-third of domestic violence perpetrators contact partner or ex during work, study says
“They are afraid to come forward.” PATHS releases results of Sask. study on Intimate Partner Violence
Upcoming Training Opportunity for LCCEWA Member Organizations

Make it our Business: Addressing Domestic Violence in the Workplace 

Make It Our Business provides information and education to help employers and other workplace stakeholders to meet their obligations under the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act. According to the Act, employers must prevent and respond to domestic violence in the workplace. Read more...

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Zero tolerance and the concentration of blame

Pointing the finger - zero toleranceThree years ago Ray Rice was suspended from the NFL after video footage of his domestic assault became public. Slava Voynov was suspended from play in NHL after he was arrested on domestic violence charges and Jian Ghomeshi was fired from CBC after information about his violent behaviour in personal relationships became public knowledge. All of these incidents happened within weeks of each other. Each case brought a startling glare of public scrutiny and criticism for how the organizations initially responded to the allegations.