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Domestic Violence Leave: Taking Time Off Work
Victims of domestic violence may have the right to take time off work.
Collecting Unemployment After Leaving Job Due to Domestic Violence
Some states allow you to collect unemployment benefits if you had to quit your job because of domestic violence.
Domestic Violence: How Your Employer Can Help
Employers can help by providing accommodations, restraining orders, or time off work.