Why the risk? Homecare provides the consumer employer, often the elderly and disabled, in our community with autonomy and independence. But this care may also increase Homecare Worker’s (HCW’s) risk for workplace violence and sexual harassment due to their unique work setting in which: The workplace is the consumer employer’s home – open to their family and friends, and, It is limited and difficult to enforce workplace safety policies in this employer’s home. What are … Read More
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