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SC SHRM Plays Key Role in Developing Domestic Violence Policy for SC Employers
On Jan. 7, South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley held a press conference to discuss the work of the South Carolina Domestic Violence Task Force. During the conference, Richele Taylor, director of the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, noted the pending release of a model HR policy on domestic violence for both public- and private-sector employers.
During her remarks, Director Taylor specifically thanked the South Carolina SHRM State Council (SC SHRM) for their work in developing the model policy. Director Taylor also noted that SC SHRM will be distributing this model policy and other helpful tools and information to employers across South Carolina for use at their discretion in their workplaces. To view the 30-minute press conference in its entirety, click HERE.
Congratulations to SC SHRM and SHRM MAC member Sharon L. Sellers, SHRM-SCP (pictured above at the far right), for all of their work on this important effort in South Carolina!
Editor’s Note: For those of you who watched the media coverage of the State of the Union Address earlier this week, Governor Haley presented the Republican Response to President Obama’s address. In addition, she has been touted as a leading, potential candidate for Vice President on the Republican ticket in November.
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