Employers should offer domestic violence leave ahead of legislation: AdvocateDaily.com

Employers should offer domestic violence leave ahead of legislation

BC and Ontario are proposing new legislation that would entitle victims of domestic violence to paid leave from work. Richard Johnson recently spoke to AdvocateDaily.com about the opportunity for employers to be proactive and provide leave to employees before the laws become mandatory.

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