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Finding the time to learn exactly how domestic violence is relevant for you is typically low on the totem pole. There are simply too many other fires to put out each day.
Yet, if you’re a Human Resource Executive, or C-level manager, finding the time to learn exactly how this is relevant for you is typically low on the totem pole. There are simply too many other fires to put out each day. Sadly, most executives refuse to face the potential harm of domestic violence until it too becomes a “fire” in the workplace.
Human Resource Essential intends to make addressing domestic abuse easier to tackle by producing webinar and webinar based DVD from their highly popular executive overview program “It Doesn’t Make Sense and Its Costing Us Millions”.
As an added benefit, this program has been approved for 1.5 (Specified -Strategic) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. So while a Human Resource professional can view the webinar of the DVD at their 24/7 convenience, they will also obtain those ever desirable HRCI credits.
• learn how the organization is affected
• evaluate violence prevention policies
• review mandated laws
• strengthen legal defense
• learn to increase loss prevention
• identify the ROI of responding to domestic violence
• explore HR best practices for addressing intimate partner violence
“I found the webinar to be interesting, thought provoking and content driven, which is unusual because usually they’re boring. I was glued to the computer and it went so fast”, says Jeanette Abdoo, HR Director for a residential home builder.
To download the webinar, or purchase the DVD, go to http://www.hressential.com/
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Human Resource Essential uses a proprietary financial model to determine the impact of domestic abuse on the workplace. This approach allows companies to save $7.9M in lost work days alone each year. It includes consulting for sustainable change.