A battered workers’ rights movement is gaining ground in the workplace, exposing employers to more liability and mandating that they do a better job to accommodate domestic abuse victims.

Lawsuits over failing to give victims time off to heal, or firing them for missing work due to domestic violence, are popping up in courts, along with a growing legislative trend mandating that employers provide leave to victims who are trying to get their lives together.

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