Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence in The Workplace (DIPV) Survey

(New Brunswick Cosmetology Industry)

You are invited to participate in a survey asking about your experience with workplace domestic and intimate partner violence. The purpose of the survey is to create a baseline of company experiences with intimate partner violence and what would help inform you of being supported and trained. From this baseline, we will be able to better meet your needs related to training and provision of materials. This will also assist employers in creating effective policies and educational tools to make the workplace a safe, professional, enjoyable environment to work within.  

You are asked to answer the following questions using the online survey. Your answers are completely confidential and anonymous. You are not asked to identify yourself nor will your responses be traced back to you. If you are concerned your email is being collected, please be assured only the responses to the questions are captured and they are numeric. These answers get recorded in a numeric database, of which only the responses are recorded. You can view the data at any time if you feel you need confirmation that no personal identifiers are collected. All data is confidential and is held in accordance with the ethics requirements of the Canadian Psychological Association. If at any time you feel uncomfortable, you may contact the lead researcher, Dr. Shelley Delano Parker at sparker@unb.ca.  

The following survey questions refer to different types of DIPV support encountered in the workplace. There are many types of support and all types occur in a workplace. These questions cover all of them.  

Using a yes or no response, indicate how whether you have experienced the situation each statement describes within the last 2 years in your place of work. If you would like to describe your answer, please use the available space after the question for your comments. There is an optional section at the end where you are able to include more information if you choose. 

Update – this survey is now closed. 

Thank you to all who participated.

English (Canada)