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How We Can Help


Domestic Violence
in the Workplace


Hostile Clients


Workplace Violence 101







Book Link to
Association Chapter Finders
About Us Need help?
24-hour, Confidential Hotline 
Statistics Research Study
Workplace Campaign to End Domestic Violence
(A Joint Program Provided by Peace at Work and the Soroptomist International Club of Raleigh)

Links to Business Associations

Resources for Trainers and Speakers

VISION: Educate employers and businesses about the impact of domestic violence in order to help support and protect victims and hold perpetrators accountable. 

Mission:  Host open-enrollment seminars and/or give presentations at local business association meetings. A Toolkit with ppt slides, activities, handouts and more will provide advocate educators the materials and curriculum to deliver the presentation. The plans to produce, market and deliver the programs are also provided.  (Contents listed below.)

Why? Victims need work but are vulnerable to losing their jobs or worse, they are easily targeted at their workplace. Furthermore, employers and business would be valuable partners for funding and support of community efforts.

Resources: A Yahoo group for networking, files, updates, etc.
Join by sending an email to
You can simply join the listserve with your email address or have full access to the files, links and resources by getting a yahoo ID to enter the site.  

Help: Participate in the on-going evaluation of materials and assessing the impact of the campaign to improve the program and build the body of evidence of effective programs.

 Tool Kit Contents

Presentation Material

Keynote Speech agenda and presentation

 (26 slide MS PowerPoint with notes)

Seminar agenda and presentation

            (1/2 day and full day) (110 slide PP with notes)

Victim Employee Support  - Group Activity

Threat Management  - Group Activity

DV in the Workplace Myths Questionnaire

Cost Analysis of Abuse on Bottom Line

            (Texas Health Resources Excel Spreadsheet)

Resource Kit for Employers (model policy, statistics, check lists, resource pages and more)

Employment and Domestic Violence Matrix

Literature review of current best practices

Customized Employment Law Reference Sheet

Impact Studies and Research Summary

Presentation/Seminar evaluation sheets

Resources for Planning

For Keynote presentations-

Contact List of relevant business associations

Proposal letter for association chapters

For open-enrollment seminars

Task-list/ Work-plan for Seminar Development

Customized contact list of local business association chapters and membership lists for invitations

Sponsorship Request letters

Budget Sheets

Registration Form

Marketing Materials including

Webpage template

Press release template

Flyers and Save the Date Cards



Additional Support Services
We are glad to talk with you about your planning and content review.
Please contact us on how we can provide additional support and/or onsite presentations for seminars and conferences.

Links to Associations

  1. Chamber of Commerce

The central association for business in your community, from local to national. 

  1. Society of Human Resource Managers

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world's largest association devoted to human resource management. Representing more than 200,000 individual members, the Society's mission is to serve the needs of HR professionals by providing the most essential and comprehensive resources available.

  1. Employee Assistance Professionals

The Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA) is the world's oldest and largest membership organization for employee assistance professionals, with approximately 5,000 members in the United States and more than 30 other countries.

  1. American Society of  Safety Engineers

ASSE is the oldest and largest professional safety organization. Its more than 30,000 members manage, supervise and consult on safety, health, and environmental issues in industry, insurance, government and education.

Click on Chapter Services to find a local chapter

  1. American Association of Occupational Health Nurses
    The primary association for the largest group of health care professionals serving the workplace with a mission to ensure occupational and environmental nurses (OHNs) are the authority on health, safety, productivity and disability management for worker populations.

  1. Soroptimists

Soroptimists is an international organization for business and professional women who provide volunteer service to their communities. Almost 100,000 Soroptimists in about 120 countries and territories contribute time and financial support to community–based and international projects benefiting women and girls.

Click on “How to Join” to contact for your nearest chapter

  1. Rotary Clubs

This civic organization is often made up of business leaders in the community.   

Click on Club Locator at top.

  1. ASIS International

ASIS International (ASIS) is the largest organization for security professionals, with more than 33,000 members worldwide.



my page - Peace at Work
ABA Commission on Domestic Violence - American Bar Association- Laws, Resources, Legislation
Ramsey County PH- Workplace Resource - Training program, awareness material and more
Legal Momentum: Workplace Resources - Legal help - Laws, Resources, Legislation
Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence - Coalition of employers- very helpful and extensive resource listing
FVPF - Workplace Resources - Place to order their training materials, Free videos and more
Family Violence Prevention Fund: Programs: Workplace: Workplace Resources - Resource listings
RSS Feed - "dv cases" via Peace at Work - List of cases of DV assaults at work - updated daily