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"Domestic Violence Can Lead to Workplace Violence"

David Dubberly Interview with Mike Switzer

SC Business Review

May 7, 2015

On May 7th, David Dubberly appeared on South Carolina Business Review. Host Mike Switzer spoke to him about how "domestic violence often leads to workplace violence."

Dubberly and Nexsen Pruet's Employment and Labor Law Group recently hosted series of briefings across the Carolinas that were aimed at educating human resource professionals about these issues.

An excerpt from the interview:

"Domestic violence happens more than we think. Sometimes it impacts the workplace," said Dubberly. "For starters, employers can tell employees - 'We have zero tolerance for workplace violence. And, if you ever feel threatened at work, by anyone, even someone from outside of the company - let us know right away.  And we'll investigate and do our best to deal with the threat.'"


Listen to the full interview
 from SC ETV Radio.

Nexsen Pruet's Employment and Labor Law Group believes the best way to defend against employment and labor disputes is to avoid them. So, its lawyers regularly assist clients through proper planning, management training, development of effective policies and practices, as well as audits that expose potential issues and shape appropriate responses. With more than 25 attorneys, the group is one of the largest, most experienced employment and labor law groups in the Carolinas.

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