When this crisis takes place, the victims are forced to hire Lawyers to help them divide assets, assign child custody and child support payments so they can get on with their lives.
However, as routine as marriage failures might seem, the reality is that there are many victims who do not recover economically or psychologically from a divorce.
Instead, new research shows that there are millions of divorced individuals who go on to suffer:
- Emotional Disturbances
- Sleep Deprivation
- Digestive Complications
- Mental Depression
- Alcohol and Drug Addictions
- Other Mental and Psychological Problems
These items often affect the individual’s reasoning, morale, and professional performance in the work place.
It doesn’t matter whether these divorced victims are CEOs, Presidents, Directors, or an ordinary staff member. A divorce is a very devastating experience that can have a profound effect on the victim’s psyche, attitudes, motivation, and professional abilities in the work place.
As a result, every year employers lose billions of dollars in accident compensation law suites, lost sales, absenteeism, and lost competitiveness globally.
Winston Charles has developed a 10 module Family Mediation curriculum to help employers manage labour disputes associated with divorce.
This Family Mediation curriculum gives marriage education strategies to employees so they can strengthen marriages and reduce conflict.