HR Can (and Should) Help Victims of Domestic Violence

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As my home state of Connecticut and the surrounding states began to recover somewhat from the coronavirus, my wife was thinking of getting in touch with her favorite hairdresser and friend from her hometown of Queens. When she tried to get in touch, she learned that her friend had been tragically murdered by her husband in front of their children. We were all shocked and saddened, but her story is far from unique. Statistically speaking, the recipient of domestic violence all too often ends up losing his or her life, and anyone can be a victim, including one of

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