Domestic Violence is a Workplace Issue … is Your Company Prepared?
EADV unites Mass Employers with Experts in the Fields of Domestic and Workplace Violence Prevention. Through EADV, an employer can assess its unique needs, culture and goals; develop tailored workplace policies and procedures; train all senior management, supervisors and employees; offer useful information to their employees; and strive to ensure that their workplace supports all employees facing violence.
Spin350 has an existing relationship with Assistant District Attorney, Chief – Domestic Violence Unit, Courtney Cahill thru our pro-bono work on initiatives that she spearheaded for Jane Doe and the White Ribbon Campaign. When she approached me with the need to brand and design this new workplace initiative, I was on board right away. In addition to the new brand, I also designed workplace posters, awareness cards, marketing brochures and creative directed their workplace training video hosted by Kim Carrigan, which was filmed and produced by our friends at Welcome Productions.