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Government doing less at home than abroad on violence against women and girls
High incidence of domestic violence in PH affects work and workers, study finds
QUEZON CITY, Sept.
ITUC-AP’s PH affiliates issue joint statement vs. gender-based violence on workers
September 29, 2015 | View Original Article
The Warehouse Group, New Zealand’s largest retailer has launched a new initiative to support victims of family violence.
Bootmaker Blundstone offers paid domestic violence leave to employees
Tasmanian bootmaker Blundstone is encouraging other businesses to follow its lead and offer employees paid family violence leave. Read more at: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-06-02/bootmaker-blundstone-offers-domestic-violence-leave-to-employees/6513744
Australian Senate report urges Domestic violence leave should be regular workplace entitlement
After 12 months of public hearings, a Senate committee calls for government to pursue domestic violence leave, but members disagree on how to do so.
The initial findings of the first Canadian national survey on DV in the workplace were released in November 2014. To contribute to the knowledge base and encourage further research in this area, Western University researchers have been working on preparing academic manuscripts based on the survey data.