Join our online launch of our 16 Days of Action for the Elimination of Violence against Women and the new workplace resource “Working From Home Isn’t Safe When Home Isn’t Safe: How to respond to family & domestic violence in home-based workplaces.”
For many people experiencing family violence, their workplace is the only safe place. It is a space where arrangements can be safely made to leave family violence. Working from home has now made workplaces unsafe for many workers.
“Working From Home Isn’t Safe When Home Isn’t Safe: How to respond to family & domestic violence in home-based workplaces” has been developed by the Rape and Domestic Violence Service in conjunction with the Australian Services Union to assist unions and employers address the health and safety issues associated with workers working from home and experiencing family and domestic violence.
Hosted by: Unions NSW
Speakers include: Karen Willis, CEO Rape and Domestic Violence Centre, Natalie Lang Secretary ASU