Tackling domestic abuse is not just a moral imperative. Lost productivity and absence from the workplace linked to domestic abuse can mean significant economic losses. The most recent Home Office figures show that £1.3 billion was spent on dealing with domestic abuse in England and Wales in 2016/17.
Research conducted by KPMG for Vodafone in 2019 found that UK business loses £316m in economic output each year as result of absences related to domestic abuse. In addition, due to the impact on career progression, the potential loss of earnings per female victim of abuse is £5,800 each year.
Join Sharon Livermore, Director, Kameo Recruitment; Rosie Watson, Head of External Communications, Domestic Abuse (DA) Alliance; and Dawn Grant, Memberships, EIDA for an informative webinar to help you understand why domestic abuse is a workplace issue.
You will be given the knowledge to support victims, and know how to access an abundance of tools, and best contacts that will enable your business to create a safe space for victims and survivors.
Date: Tuesday 11th May 2021
Time: 9.30 – 10.45 Book your place: https://bit.ly/32bJdjV