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National Conference and Project on Domestic Violence for Employers and Employee Assistance Program Providers


 
Domestic violence has a significant impact on the workplace. Many employers are addressing domestic violence in their workplace, and there may be opportunities to build on existing efforts, especially through Employee Assistance Programs.
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The S2 - Safer, Smarter Workplace conference was the first national conference convening employers and Employee Assistance Program (EAP) providers to leverage their work preventing and responding to domestic violence and its impact on the workplace.  The Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence hosted this national conference November 6-7, 2008, in San Francisco, California.  

In addition CAEPV has hosted ongoing webinars to continue the dialogue and build capacity for employees and EAP providers.  
S2 Webinar:  Dealing with Batterers in the Workplace
TUESDAY, MAY 12, 2009
2:00 - 3:30 p.m. ET / 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. CT / 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. PT

"Dealing with Batterers in the Workplace" is an educational opportunity provided through the ongoing work of the national S2 - Safer, Smarter Workplace conference.  Enlightened employers and EAPs recognize the importance of addressing batterers in the workplace as part of their overall response to domestic violence.  The webinar presenters will offer unique perspectives and expertise regarding the issue of addressing batterers in the workplace, and will provide attendees with practical action steps, tools and resources.   

PRESENTERS
  • Tim Parker, Manager of Corporate Security, L.L. Bean (Employer Perspective)
  • Dan Fallon, Health Promotion and Wellness Consultant, CIGNA (EAP Perspective)
  • Juan Ramos, Senior Program Director, Domestic Violence Accountability Program, Safe Horizon (Batterer's Treatment Program Perspective)

MATERIALS

  • Agenda  [ Download
  • S2 Blueprint for Action [ Download ]
  • Webinar Presentation as PDF 
    • Large Presentation Slides [ Download
    • Small Presentation Slides [ Download ]
  • Tim Parker, L.L. Bean Presentation Notes
    • SAMPLE: Guidelines for Handling the Service of Legal Papers on Employees in the Workplace [ Download ]
    • SAMPLE:  Process Guide - Employees Arrested or Convicted of a Crime [ Download ]
    • SAMPLE:  Domestic Violence Response Flow Chart [ Download
  • AVAILABLE NOW!  Audio & visual recording of the webinar [ Recording ]
NOTE: THESE PRESENTATIONS ARE AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW ONLY. Presentations in part or whole may not be reproduced without the permission of the Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence.  Please contact caepv@caepv.org for usage permissions

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES 

Please visit the Articles & Advice section of our website for more information on how to assist victims at work and deal with employees who batter.  These resources are designed to touch upon the most common--and sensitive--issues that organizations face.

For questions, or to learn how the Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence can partner with your organization, contact caepv@caepv.org
Key Partners

The  S2 - Safer, Smarter Workplace conference and project is presented by the Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence.  This project is made possible by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation with additional support provided by The Allstate Foundation, the Blue Shield of California Foundation, California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Health Care Service Corporation and Texas Health Resources.  

The Technology Sponsor for the S2 - Safer, Smarter Workplace conference was the Verizon Foundation.

The project planning workgroup includes representatives from the following organizations: Chestnut Global Partners; CIGNA; Gap Inc; Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Macy's West; Magellan Health Services; OptumHealth Behavioral Solutions.

For more information, contact caepv@caepv.org.

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