We did this because there is almost no data on this issue in Canada.This video talks about the experience and highlights the findings.
Domestic violence is abuse that happens in a personal relationship.
It can happen between past or current partners, spouses, or boyfriends and girlfriends.
Abusers also may excessively call, email, or text victims while they are at work, come into the workplace, or stalk the victim.
Read more These model clauses are suggested language that unions can use to develop proposals on domestic violence for collective bargaining.
One in three workers have experienced domestic violence, and for many, the violence follows them to work.
Often abusers will try and prevent victims from getting to work, causing them to be late or to have to miss work.
Collective bargaining can play an important role in…
Domestic violence is not just about physical abuse.
It includes any form of violence within a relationship (marriage, common law or dating) - sexual, emotional, financial and psychological, including threats.