Domestic abuse impact worrying
Senator claims domestic violence a ‘perverse disincentive’ for hiring women. Really?
HR increasingly trained in domestic violence management
Last week, the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) released data that revealed around a third of major private sector employers have a strategy in place to support employees experiencing family or domestic violence.
The WGEA’s 2014-15 dataset showed that 34.9% of employers had such a strategy or policy in place; an increase from last year’s 32.2%.
Domestic Abuse Policy
To the Editor:
Women take up family violence leave as ACTU lobbies employers to step up
November 22, 2015 | Original article via The Sydney Morning Herald
Sometimes, a day off work can save a life.
Employers on the front lines against violence
Saturday, November 21, 2015 | St Albert Gazette | View original article
New legislation could soon make it an employer’s responsibility to ensure the safety of workers who are victims of domestic abuse.
Conference in Brussels Addresses Domestic Violence in the Workplace
Settlement in New York Domestic Violence Case May Set Broader Precedent
Playing Our Part: Workplace Responses to Domestic and Family Violence
This is a significant development!