OHS Family/Intimate Partner Violence

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Alberta Human Services Alberta Human Services

Family Violence Hurts Everyone: A Framework to End Family Violence in Alberta, Alberta Human Services 2013 Family violence affects the physical, emotional, financial and spiritual health of children and adults, and shatters the sense of well-being needed to thrive in life.

National Association of Social Workers (NASW) National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

Domestic Violence: The National Association of Social Workers Comprehensive Overview2015 NASW's toolkit is an aggregate of work that reflects the Association’s commitment for social workers to address domestic violence.

 

The Canadian Press The Canadian Press

A first in Alberta, union says new deal includes right to domestic violence leave John Cotter The Canadian Press Jan. 22, 2017 The first of its kind in Alberta, Rivercrest Care Centre workers who are victims of domestic violence can take paid leave for legal, medical and counselling appointments without fear of losing their jobs.

The Conference Board of Canada The Conference Board of Canada

Does Your Workplace Have a Re-active or Pro-active Approach to Domestic Violence?

Recorded Webinar Domestic Violence and the Workplace: What Employers Need to Know 2016
During this 60-minute webinar, Glenn French, President and CEO of the Canadian Initiative on Workplace Violence, will explore the role and responsibility of employers in supporting an employee who is a victim of domestic violence.

The Workplaces Respond to Domestic and Sexual Violence: A National Resource Center The Workplaces Respond to Domestic and Sexual Violence: A National Resource Center

Quiz
Use this quiz to help start a conversation about the workplace impact of violence.
Training Video For Supervisors
This video, based on real-world experiences, demonstrates supportive and practical responses by supervisors to employees who experience violence