It Doesn’t Make Sense and It’s Costing Us Millions:
A Strategic Domestic Abuse Initiative for HR & Business
Stephanie Angelo, SPHR, will present this program, which provides hands-on
illustrations of the costs of Domestic Violence to the business bottom line.
Lost workdays and lost productivity are known as the biggest siphons of
corporate profitability we have. These siphons usually are created by things
that are happening outside the workplace. The smallest changes have the biggest
results, and employers are in the unique position to make those changes.
learn how the organization is affected
discuss violence prevention policies
review mandated laws
strengthen your legal defense
learn how to increase loss prevention
identify the real ROI of responding to
Stephanie Angelo, SPHR, is a multiple award-winning business consultant who
pioneered a process that translates domestic abuse to determine the financial
impact on organizations. Her work saves US companies $7.9 M in lost
workdays alone each year.Her book Bringing the
Darkness into the Light provides stories of survival along with vital resources and
safety information. She is the co-author of the just released true crime
memoir, Serrated – A True Story of Survival, Recovery and the Pursuit of
Stephanie will include an Executive Overview of costs and bottom-line
considerations, a discussion of the issues, an overview of her latest book, and
plenty of time for questions.
Stephanie’s most recent book, Serrated – A True Story of
Survival, Recovery and the Pursuit of Justice, will be
available for purchase and signature at the conclusion of this program.
Proceeds will help to fund the Vina’s Place shelter being established by the
co-author of the book.
This program has been submitted to HRCI for General
Join this fun group, comprised of those with hr responsibilities in Arizona businesses, as well as vendors whose companies serve hr needs. The atmosphere is comfortable, with regulars and newcomers all welcome. It is interactive, social and informative. Many times, these programs qualify for HRCI credit. The first half hour is reserved for lunch – so don't forget to bring it along!
Facilitated by Ginny McMinn, McMinn HR