Protecting Women in the California Workplace

Homicide is a leading cause of work-related death for women, second only to roadway incidents.  The statistics surrounding workplace violence and women are staggering, and as an employer in California, it is your legal responsibility to protect your employees.

In 2014, Senate Bill 400 went into effect, prohibiting California employers from firing or discriminating against employees who have been a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking.  The law instead requires employers to make reasonable efforts to protect these victims from their abuser or stalker.

There are several steps you should be taking to help protect your employees before, during, and after this type of incident occurs. In this FREE infographic, we’ll review the frightening statistics, discuss why women face a higher risk of workplace violence and provide you with steps you can take to help protect EVERYONE in the workplace from these threats.

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