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January 2012

Effects of Domestic Violence on the Workplace: A Vermont survey of male offenders enrolled in batterer intervention programs

Author(s): Michele Cranwell Schmidt, Autumn Barnett
This report informs policy makers and employers about the way Vermont workplaces are affected by domestic violence. It provides important information to help employers make decisions about policy and procedural responses to employees involved in domestic violence.
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  • General Material
September 2010

The U Visa and How It Can Protect Workers

This article explains how undocumented immigrant workers who are victims of crime can benefit from the U Visa. \
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  • General Material
September 2010

State Law Guide - Employment Rights for Victims of Domestic or Sexual Violence

This guide is divided into two main sections. The first section outlines existing laws. The second section outlines proposed legislation on this topic. Each of these sections is further divided into those laws or bills specific to domestic violence and those laws or bills that relate to crime victims more generally.
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  • General Material
January 2010

Injustice on Our Plates: Immigrant Women in the U.S. Food Industry

SPLC researchers interviewed approximately 150 women who are either currently undocumented or have spent time in the U.S. as undocumented immigrants. The women all have worked in the U.S. food industry in Arkansas, California, Florida, Iowa, New York or North Carolina.
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February 2009

Work Opportunity Tax Credit

Under current law, businesses can claim a work opportunity tax credit (WOTC) equal to 40 percent of the first $6,000 of wages paid to employees who are members of one of nine targeted groups. Employees must work at least 400 hours to be counted for the full credit.
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January 2009

Equal Pay Act of 1963 and Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009

This brochure describes the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009, which overturned the Supreme Court’s decision in Ledbetter v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Inc., 550 U.S. 618 (2007), which severely restricted the time period for filing complaints of employment discrimination concerning compensation. The brochure also describes the Equal Pay Act of 1963, which prohibits sex-based wage discrimination between men and women in the same establishment who perform jobs that require substantially equal skill, effort, and responsibility under similar working conditions.
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January 2009

Employment Law and Domestic Violence: A Practitioner’s Guide

Author(s): Julie Goldscheld, Robin Runge
This guide is for attorneys working in a range of settings, including those representing employees and employers in the public and private sectors, those representing unions, and those representing victims of domestic violence.
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  • General Material
January 2008

Combating trafficking in children for labour exploitation: A resource kit for policy-makers and practitioners

This resource kit captures over 10 years of work by IPEC and its partners and makes the Programme's experiences and knowledge available to those who design, implement and improve policy and programming to fight child trafficking.
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  • Training Tools
  • General Material
August 2007

Domestic Violence and Occupational Homicides

Author(s): Terry Bunn, Travis Fritsch, Sergey Tarima
This presentation describes the results of a CDC-funded project (1999-2005) to quantify the magnitude of IPV in females in Kentucky, characterize its nature, and measure health and mental health outcome.
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  • General Material
January 2007

Trends in Workplace Homicides in the U.S., 1993-2002: A Decade of Decline

Author(s): Scott A. Hendricks, E. Lynn Jenkins, Kristi R. Anderson
This study found that type IV workplace homicides -- that is, those involving a personal relationship between the worker and the offender -- had actually declined significantly less than overall workplace homicides and declined the least of the four types.
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  • General Material
October 2005

Occupational injuries, illnesses, and fatalities among women

Author(s): Anne B. Hoskins
Findings indicate that homicide was the leading source of fatal workplace injuries for women, and that female murder victims were much more likely to have been killed by a family member than were male victims.
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January 2005

For an Economy that Works for All: A tool kit for advocates for low-wage workers - Part Two: Advocacy

This tool kit includes data on low-wage workers, fact sheets on work and child poverty, reports on public perceptions of poor people and the economy, suggested messages, descriptions of framing, and a guide for journalists on how to talk about low-wage work.