Domestic violence includes, but is not limited to: physical violence, injury, or intimidation; sexual violence or abuse; emotional and/or psychological intimidation; verbal abuse; threats; harassment; stalking; or economic abuse and control.
[Employer] shall maintain the confidentiality of an employee’s disclosure regarding violence to the extent allowed by law, and unless to do so would result in physical harm to any person, and/or jeopardize safety within the workplace.
When information must be disclosed to protect the safety of individuals within the workplace, [Employer] shall limit the breadth and content of such disclosure to information reasonably necessary to protect the safety of the disclosing employee and others, and to comply with the law.
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Computer use can be monitored, and it is impossible to completely clear your history.
There is always a “trail” but clicking the Safety Exit button will take you away from this site quickly.If you are afraid your internet and/or computer usage might be monitored, please use a safe computer, call your local hotline, and/or call: The National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) 1-800-787-3224 (TTY) [Employer] institutes this policy as part of its commitment to a safer and more supportive organizational climate and to the prevention and reduction of the incidence and effects of domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking [hereinafter “violence”] at the workplace.[Employer] recognizes that domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking present unique issues for its workforce.Killing, harming, or threatening to harm animals are weapons used by abusers to manipulate victims into silence and to destroy the comfort animals provide.Domestic violence is a pattern of coercive behavior, including acts or threatened acts, that is used by a perpetrator to gain power and control over a current or former spouse, family member, intimate partner, or person with whom the perpetrator shares a child in common.Another, more common, example is when an employee holds two jobs in the same industry - where does the employee's loyalty rest?