Family & domestic violence could be affecting your employees
12 August 2019
Millions of Australians experience family or domestic violence every year. When a person is living with family and domestic violence, they often experience heightened financial stress, homelessness, isolation and vulnerability. Knowledge, awareness and planning can help employers support their employees, meet their workplace obligations and protect their workplaces.
Our new guide helps employers understand their responsibilities towards employees experiencing family and domestic violence. It also helps them develop a workplace response to managing family and domestic violence.
The guide outlines:
- the role of the Fair Work Ombudsman and how we can help
- a checklist for managing family and domestic violence issues in the workplace
- what family and domestic violence is and how it affects workplaces
- an employer’s legal obligations
- a suggested approach to supporting employees and developing a workplace response to family and domestic violence
- support and referral services.
Employer Guide to Family and Domestic Violence
Our new guide helps employers understand their workplace responsibilities and how to support employees affected by family and domestic violence.
It’s packed with information and resources, including a checklist for managing family and domestic violence issues in the workplace.
Download the Employer Guide to Family and Domestic Violence (DOCX 197.7KB) (PDF 535KB).
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