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The workplace can be a critical source of support for employees in a domestic violence crisis, but the workplace is not expected to solve the problem. In this webcast, an expert explains what employers should and should not do when facing this issue.
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Domestic violence usually occurs outside the workplace, but it can have a significant impact within, according to Sydney University expert Ludo McFerran. She says employers should take the initiative to develop a culture where staff who are suffering feel safe speaking up.