Domestic Violence, workplace violence, stalking, issues of violence haunt us at home and at work. Often the workplace
becomes the location where violent acts are played out, a location where victims should feel safe. Businesses often overlook
the importance of keeping an up to date policy on workplace violence, domestic violence, and stalking. Studies show that few
employees know their policies while statistics indicate 30,000 - 40,000 employees are injured on the job by someone they
know. Do your employees know the relevant policy or what help is available? Do you know your employers policies on
domestic violence, workplace violence, or stalking?
Our Clinical Services team will go live in January 2012 with the Online anger management program. This program offers
several levels tailored to the need of the client. Our program is competitively priced and is based on the National Anger
Management Association model.
At Northeastern Group Consulting, LLC we are committed to assisting you with your training needs. We offer a variety of
programs geared toward small businesses, larger corporations, non-profit organizations, and government agencies. Our
consultants can host an all day seminar or work with your small business to run a program which fits into your employee's
busy schedule. We work one-on-one with our clients to provide the material and content they need, in a frame work which
least interferes with productivity.
We can also develop custom courses for a client based on their training goal. We also offer services such as site evaluation
and emergency preparedness evaluations.
|If your are in danger
or there is an
Child Abuse Hotline:
We offer consulting on:
Domestic Violence in the
College Bound Safety
Elder Exploitation and
Law Enforcement and
the Autistic Child.
On October 5th, 2011 Matt Illich conducted a Family Law Section CLE seminar on PFA from the Law Enforcement POV, for the
Media Bar Association.
On September 15, 2011 Matt Illich conducted a webinar entitled Workplace Violence in Health Care. The program was hosted
by Elsevier, a health care publisher, and was attended by about 79 nurses from across the county.
What can we do for you?