TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- A Kansas advocacy group is planning a one-day seminar for businesses and human resources officers on domestic violence in the workplace.
The Kansas Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence will hold the conference July 31 in Topeka.
Experts will offer advice on how to spot the signs of stalking or domestic and sexual violence in the workplace. The seminar will also provide training in how to respond to incidents of stalking or violence and how to create safety plans.
Other sponsors are Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas and the Topeka affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management.