Domestic violence is a workplace issue.
Today at Penrith Women's Health Centre, ASU members and staff launched our Workplace Guide to Preventing and Responding to Domestic Violence.
This is a practical tool put together by ASU members who work in frontline domestic violence services.
As part of our ongoing campaign for 10 days' paid Domestic Violence leave in all workplaces, we have included a Domestic Violence Leave Model clause, along with possible warning signs and how to support workers experiencing domestic violence.
Read the Workplace Guide to Preventing and Responding to Domestic Violence here.
If you would like a hard copy of the guide please contact us.