Bringing home to work: The effects of intimate partner violence on employee outcomes and the moderating role of perceived organizational support
Intimate partner violence (IPV) is recognized as a pervasive social problem. Considerable research has highlighted the psychological and physiological consequences of IPV, yet we know little about how it impacts organizational life. We draw on ecological
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