Women's Aid, in partnership with Talbot Pierce, is offering free information sessions to employers to support the implementation of domestic violence leave.
Each information session is hosted online, runs for 1.5 hours, and covers:
- How domestic violence and abuse intersects with the workplace
- Awareness-raising on the forms and impacts of domestic abuse
- An overview of the legislation on statutory domestic violence leave
- An introduction to the resources available to support employers in their implementation of statutory domestic violence leave
How do I sign up?
* ISL interpretation available.
Email Support Service
An email support service is available for queries arising from the Policy Template and Guidance Note. Individual employment and/or legal advice cannot be provided through this service.
Contact the email support service at EmployerSupportDV@TalbotPierce.com
Need Further Support?
Women's Aid offers a specialist service for employers to support them in creating a safe and understanding space for employees subjected to domestic abuse. We do this through training, policy development and integration support, and awareness raising. For more information see: Support for employers
If you are concerned about an employee or colleague, the Women's Aid website outlines some basic steps that you can take to assist and give support here: Helping someone else. You can contact the 24hr National Freephone Domestic Violence Helpline on 1800 341 900 to speak to one of our trained Support Workers. The Women's Aid National Helpline Instant Messaging Service is also available every morning and evening, seven days a week. Learn more about these services here: Get help
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