Please use this form to register for the 2019 Employers Workshop event

Domestic Violence Employer's Training Workshop Registration 2019

This powerful workshop will focus on how to deal with and manage intimate partner violence in the workplace. The day-long educational workshop will feature dynamic speakers who will share their perspective on this growing epidemic, and provide you with tools and information you need to create policies and guidelines and a culture of support.

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Number of Attendees at $120 each OR Buy 2 for 1 Price (Includes breakfast, lunch and parking at Hearst Tower)
SPECIAL Nonprofit Organization Rates $65 per person OR 2 for 1 Pricing! (Includes breakfast, lunch and parking at Hearst Tower)
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If an alternative form of payment is needed, please contact Durenda Bartholomy at:
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Employers Workshop Sponsors

Thanks to all who attended the first Domestic Violence Employers Workshop held on September 27, 2018 at the Foundation For The Carolinas.  Many of Charlotte's top employers such as: Bank of America, Wells Fargo, the City of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, Harris Teeter, Coca~Cola Bottling Company Consolidated, Inc., Duke-Energy, Charter/Spectrum, CRVA, Rodgers Builders, Verizion Communications and more had representatives that came to participate and learn more about how company's, both big and small, can craft domestic violence policies to support employees who may be in need of this critical support. 

Domestic Violence Employers Workshop Photos

Watch some of our highlight video below

Does your company have a Domestic Violence Policy?  We'd love to know if you do and would love for you to share it with us. We will be working to post some of the different ways companies are working to build their policies and bring awareness.  If you are willing to share what you are doing, contact Susan Ross, Community Outreach & Program Director.
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