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 Domestic Violence in the Workplace Poster PDF

The Domestic Violence in the Workplace Poster is a labor law posters poster by the Maine Department Of Labor. This is an optional poster, so while it is recommended that you post this if it is relevant to your employees, you are not required to by the Department Of Labor.

This poster is optional to post and describes the right that employees have to be free from domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking in their place of employment as well as their status for unemployment benefits should an employee have to leave their job due to these reasons. This poster also lists who you can contact should your rights be violated.


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Who You Can Contact for Help	
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This poster may be copied.	
How You Are Protected	 	
Leave for Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, or Stalking:	
		You may take reasonable and necessary leave from employment if you, your child, spouse, or 
parent is a victim of domestic abuse, sexual assault, or stalking.  Title 26, § 850.	
 Notice of  violation(s) must be reported within six months of the occurrence. If you are denied 
leave, a fine of up to $1,000 for each violation may be assessed against the employer. Additionally, 
the employer is liable for liquidated damages in an amount equal to three times the amount 
of total assessed fines. If you are terminated, you may elect either the liquidated damages or 
reemployment with the employer with back wages.	 	
Unemployment Benefit Eligibility:	 	
		If you voluntarily leave work, you may not be disqualified from receiving benefits if your leaving 
was necessary to protect yourself from domestic abuse, and you made all reasonable efforts to 
keep your job.  Title 26, §1193, §§1(A)4 	
		You may not be disqualified from receiving benefits because of misconduct if your actions were 
based solely on the need to protect yourself or an immediate family member from domestic 
violence, and you made all reasonable efforts to keep your job.  Title 26, §1043, §§23(B)3	
Maine laws protect victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking in 
employment.  
This poster describes some important parts of the laws. A copy of the actual laws or 
formal interpretations may be obtained from the Maine Department of Labor by 
calling (207) 623-7900.
Domestic Violence Hotlines by County:
Androscoggin     1-800-559-2927
Aroostook    1-800-439-2323
Cumberland    1-800-537-6066
Franklin    1-800-559-2927
Hancock     1-800-315-5579
Kennebec    1-877-890-7788
Knox      1-800-522-3304
Lincoln    1-800-522-3304
Oxford    1-800-559-2927
Penobscot 1-800-863-9909
Piscataquis  1-888-564-8165
Sagadahoc  1-800-522-3304
Somerset  1-877-890-7788
Waldo   1-800-522-3304
Washington  1-800-315-5579
York  1-800-239-7298	
 	
Other Resources:	 	National Domestic Violence Hotline:   1-800-799-7233	 	TTY: 1-800-787-3224 • www.thehotline.org 	 	Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence  1-866-834-4357	 	www.MCEDV.org	 	Statewide Sexual Assault Crisis Line   1-800-871-7741            TTY 1-888-458-5599	 	Maine Department of Labor    207-623-7900        TTY users call Maine Relay 711	 	Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence  207-430-8334	
 	Aroostook Band of Micmac 207-764-1972  or 1-800-355-1435	 	Maliseet Advocacy Center    207-532-6401	  	Passamaquoddy Peaceful Relations 1-877-853-2613	 	Penobscot Nation Advocacy Center  207-631-4886	 	United Somali Women of Maine   207-753-0061	
Maine Labor Laws on Domestic Violence, 	
Sexual Assault, and Stalking

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