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What’s your duty to accommodate domestic violence victims?

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in Discrimination and Harassment,Employment Law,Firing,Human Resources

About a dozen states have laws that allow employees to take job-protected leave to deal with domestic violence issues. But take note: Even if your state doesn’t have a specific law, you may need to grant such rights as a matter of “public policy.” A recent court ruling from Washington state shows the legal risks.

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