CRITICAL QUESTION FOR BUSINESSES AND HR PROFESSIONALS:

Does Your Company Have a Plan for Addressing Business Liability and Employee Safety relevant to Family & Domestic Violence’s Impact on YOUR Workplace?

WHAT YOU LEARN IN 4 HOURS WILL ASTOUND YOU ON THE IMPORTANCE OF YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO EMPLOYEE SAFETY & BUSINESS RISK.

NORTH TEXAS FACING FAMILY VIOLENCE CONFERENCE,  OCT 18 [HR FOCUS DAY].  Beginning at only $80.


Link to flyer to print and share:  HR focus – conference 2017   |||  Go to Conference full schedule lineup  www.ntffv.com 

HR focus – conference 2017 Affordable Professional/HR & CEUs available.

Three impressive sessions / One afternoon:

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND POTENTIAL CONSEQUENCES IN THE WORKPLACE

Erin Camp, Siemens             [Oct 18, 1:00-2:15]

Goals

● Identify ways to help protect worker†safety related to domestic violence and also minimize employer liability related to failing to protect employees from domestic violence;

● Identify privacy concerns in dealing with domestic violence and how to minimize employer liability for invasion of employee’s privacy; and

● Identify key legal protections related to domestic violence under anti-discrimination and leave laws and ways to minimize liability under those laws.

A COMMUNITY RESPONSE TO INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE IN THE WORKPLACE

Panel: Detective Jeff Rich, Plano PD; Rosa Luna, TAAS; Mona Muro, TCFV     [Oct 18, 2:30-3:30]

Goals

● Increase knowledge of how law enforcement can support employers who may have DV issues.

● Increase knowledge of how local shelters and rape crisis centers can assist employees who may be impacted by intimate partner violence.

● Increase knowledge of resources and options available to employers when responding to intimate partner violence.

ACTIVE SHOOTER RESPONSE FOR NON-LAW ENFORCEMENT

Sheriff Jim Skinner, Collin County Sheriff       [Oct 18, 3:45-4:45]

Goals

● Outline what actions are best practices when the workplace or business is confronted with an active shooter.

● Identify and describe indicators of violence that can be observed in the workplace.

● Articulate procedures and plans for preventing and planning for potential active shooters.

● Increase awareness on how to manage the consequences of an active shooter, post event.