Domestic violence

Speak up: HR's responsibility to address domestic abuse in the workplace

She comes into work quiet and withdrawn. She’s wearing a blue and white striped top with long sleeves and a grey scarf around her neck.

Domestic abuse: what are your responsibilities as an employer?

According to The Office for National Statistics (ONS), the number of domestic abuse related crimes registered with the police in England and Wales rose by 6% to a staggering 845,734 in the last year...

How HR can best support victims of domestic abuse  

The men's England football team kicked off their Qatar World Cup campaign with a thrilling win over Iran this week. While HR departments up and down the country are considering flexible working and...


Pandemic's rise in domestic abuse prompts policy change at RSA Insurance

RSA Insurance has introduced a new policy granting paid leave to employees dealing with issues of domestic abuse.

UK workers unsure how to help colleagues experiencing abuse

Less than half (40%) of British workers said they would not know how to help a colleague experiencing domestic abuse, indicating the need for visible support across UK workplaces.

Employers must tackle "neglected" issue of domestic abuse

Business in the Community (BITC) and Public Health England have launched a toolkit to help employers recognise the often-overlooked signs of domestic abuse