This week we mark 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence. We know that domestic and family violence has surged during the COVID-19 pandemic. While many of us may feel helpless knowing that violence is happening behind closed doors, there are ways we can provide support within the workplace to help end family and domestic violence in our community.
When Domestic Violence Comes to Work: Recognising and Responding to Domestic and Family Violence in Your Workplace
This webinar demonstrates the ways in which workplaces (including co-workers) can act to support people experiencing domestic and family violence (DFV) to help keep their jobs and address the violence in their lives while optimising workplace safety.
- Understanding DFV and why it can become a workplace issue
- How to recognise the signs of DFV in people at work
- How to respond to DFV at work and help keep people safer
- Where to refer for support and services
This course is available on demand so you can refer back to it at any stage. By getting workplaces on board with providing much needed support, we can to make a real difference.
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