November is Domestic Violence Awareness month, and as part of efforts to combat domestic violence, the Manitoba Federation of Labour (MFL) is resharing its campaign to raise worker awareness about the availability of paid interpersonal violence leave.

This leave is available to workers who are experiencing domestic violence, stalking or sexual violence. Paid leave gives workers an opportunity to take time off from work to get help to breakout of violence, without risking their jobs or taking a hit on their pay cheques.

Please click here to see a poster with more information, and this link for a short video about interpersonal violence leave.