Serving Cache County and the Bear Lake area, CAPSA is a non-profit organization providing support services for women, men, and children impacted by abuse. These services are free and confidential. With the support of the community and trained professionals, the organization champions women in the workplace and the community.
How CAPSA Champions Women
CAPSA recognizes the importance of women in the workplace, especially when engaging with survivors of domestic violence, human trafficking, and sexual violence. Providing excellent, confidential, and comprehensive care to survivors happens when employees are well-balanced. With the importance of healthy staff a priority to the company, CAPSA offers its employees flex hours, compressed work weeks, and onsite child care.
The organization offers compressed work weeks (four 10-hour shifts) that allow employees to have a day off mid-week or a long weekend to balance work and their personal lives. CAPSA also encourages flex hours to let staff come in late or leave early.
Additionally, it provides onsite childcare, with flexible hours, run by trauma-informed staff. This results in children getting the support they need by receiving care centered around emotional wellness, compassion, and empathy.
Why Supporting Women Is Important to CAPSA
CAPSA’s mission statement is “We imagine a world with empowered survivors, safe homes, and children living without fear.” That dedication to creating a safer world for everyone isn’t just directed at the survivors they support, but its staff who help support, build, and nurture the company’s goal. By supporting its employees, the company creates safer, happier, healthier communities.
100 Utah Companies Championing Women
Inspire In Utah highlights 100 companies in Utah that support women in the workplace because we hope to provide templates for all businesses in Utah to emulate. CAPSA showcases innovative policies and procedures that help women succeed in the workplace, like onsite childcare, flex hours, and a compressed workweek.
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