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Addressing Domestic Violence in the Workplace by Johnny Lee

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When the Victim and the Abuser Are Co-Workers

Having a batterer in the workplace becomes a much more complicated problem when both the victim and the abuser are employed by the same company. As problematic as this might be, it is actually fairly common. If the company is one of the major employers in a community, several generations of a family have probably worked there. Also, there is always the possibility (and opportunity) that two co-workers will become romantically involved. While many such relationships are healthy and wholesome, a certain number eventually turn sour. The rate of divorce and the tentative aspect of dating leads to a higher probability that the two individuals will eventually not want to work together, side by side. Add ...

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