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Resources for Co-workers

If you suspect a co-worker might be a victim of violence, we have developed resources that may help.

Co-workers can play a significant role when it comes to preventing, recognizing, and responding to the workplace impact of domestic and sexual violence, and stalking. We can connect you with resources so that you or your colleagues can serve as “upstanders” and proactively address these issues instead of waiting for something to happen.

The Top 10 Things Co-Workers Can Do Right Now to Address Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Is it Domestic or Sexual Violence? Recognizing the Potential Signs

The Top 10 Things Unions Can Do Right Now to Address Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Protection Order Guide

Consumer & Economic Civil Legal Advocacy for Survivors (Center for Survivor Agency & Justice)

Finding a Balance: Response to Members Who Perpetrate Violence

The Impact of Violence on Workplace Communities

Survivors with Disabilities and Domestic Violence and Sexual Violence

Organizational Resources and State Laws

Safety Card For Employees

Video: Workplace Violence Prevention (Teens Lead @ Work)