Workplaces Can help Paint Pima Purple too!
Get your workplace to participate!
Sign up for our e-education campaign!
We offer a series of educational emails that can be distributed to your fellow employees. Contact us at email@example.com for a sample of the educational emails, or to get posters, flyers and postcards.
Workplaces and groups that actively participate will have their logo and photos posted on this site and remember to send us your Wear Purple Day photos!
Click here: PPP 2015: Ways to Participate for a printable flyer to share with your coworkers.
Take it one step further! Ask your employer to adopt a workplace policy that supports victims of domestic abuse.
Why adopt a domestic abuse workplace policy?
One of the most critical factors in helping victims of domestic abuse find their way to a safer, healthier life is a consistent and reliable support system. This includes friends, family, neighbors, coworkers and…their employers.
Employers don’t always realize the power they have to support their employees who are being terrorized at home. Although we often think of domestic abuse as being, well, domestic–the reality is that the problem doesn’t remain at home when a victim goes to work. The abuse (and, at times, the abuser) follows that person to the workplace and significantly impacts their safety, productivity, attendance, and general ability to perform well. Research shows that 96% of domestic abuse victims experience problems related to their abuse at their workplace, and 74% are harassed by their abuser while at work.
Click here to learn more about the proactive steps employers can take to create a safer and more supportive environment for their employees who are being abused.