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One of the hallmarks of a great place to work is a culture of care. As this course shows, focusing care on employees who are victims of domestic violence or prone to suicide is a key issue in creating a meaningful culture of care. Stressing the significance, individually and organizationally, of becoming a “caring” organization, this course illustrates why caring about the well-being of employees who are victims of domestic violence or prone to suicide must be a priority. Designed to affect each employee, as well as company policy, this course is singularly focused on showing why and how to offer support and resources to victims of domestic violence or to the suicidally prone while also teaching the polices, training, and awareness involved in creating a supportive work culture. Use this course to offset costs from absenteeism and employee turnover while creating and sustaining a culture of care.
All employees at all levels throughout the organization
Introduction|Facts About Suicide Prone Employees|How Should You Support A Suicidal Employee/Colleague?|When Domestic Violence Crosses Over To The Workplace|How Should Domestic Violence Be Addressed In The Workplace?|Company Liabilities Related To Domestic Violence|Essentials Of A Domestic Violence Policy|Role Of HR When Someone Reports Domestic Violence Or Abuse|Summary
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