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Workplaces Respond to Domestic & Sexual Violence

Workplace Toolkit

What Can You Do?

With only a few small steps, workplaces can help keep everyone safe and productive. Use the FREE resources in this NEW toolkit to help raise awareness, address employment issues and connect people in your workplace to the assistance they may need.

Workplace Toolkit Flyer


Put up this poster to inform your workplace about domestic and sexual violence and stalking, and how every employee can address it.

Safety Card For Employees

This safety card can help people determine if they experience violence, if the violence affects their job, and where to go for help, including national and local resources.

Protection Order Guide for Employees

This guide provides an overview of the process and information about how protection orders might affect the workplace.


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.

Partner Organizations Futures Without Violence (formerly Family Violence Prevention Fund), Legal Momentum, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape and its National Sexual Violence Resource Center, National Sexual Assault Coalition Resource Sharing Project (RSP) of the Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault, American Bar Association Commission on Domestic & Sexual Violence, Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence, Victim Rights Law Center, and Stalking Resource Center: A Program of The National Center for Victims of Crime.

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Funding by US Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women

This project was supported by Grant No. 2009-TA-AX-K028 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed on this site or in any materials on this site, are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.