Overview of Supporting Employees Subjected to Family Violence
Family violence (or domestic violence) becomes a workplace issue when its effect on an individual extends beyond the home and into the workplace. It should be the intention of any good organization to support and assist employees who are victims of family violence.
The intent should be that any victims can feel safe and to ensure that they can continue to be connected to their work and benefit from the economic security that employment can provide.
Examples of family violence and abusive or controlling behaviour may include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Physical violence.
- Vilification and denigration in private or public.
- Withdrawing emotionally, sulking, threatening suicide or harm to others, including towards pets or property.
- Tracking a person via their mobile phone and restricting where a person can go or who they can be associated with.
- Following or stalking a person.
- Constant disrespect.
- Sexual violence.
- Undermining a person’s self-confidence or leading the person to no longer trust their own thoughts or intuition.
- Acting differently in public, such as by acting in a way that does not appear controlling or violent.
- Denying abuse and/or promising it will never happen again.
- Isolating a person from family, friends and work.
- Controlling bank accounts, controlling how and when money can be spent, scrutinising bank statements.
- Building trust and then using this to control a person.
What is a Supporting Employees Subjected to Family Violence Procedure?
A supporting employees subjected to family violence procedure is a formal document that a proactive employer can follow regarding the health, safety and wellbeing of employees. The procedure recognises that it is particularly important that all personnel are healthy, safe and valued.
The procedure’s intent is to provide a process to respond, assist and support the health, safety and wellbeing of personnel who undertake work and may be subjected to family violence.
External and Government Support Services
Contents of this Supporting Employees Subjected to Family Violence Procedure
- Terms and Definitions.
- Roles and Responsibilities.
- Supporting Employees who are Subjected to Family Violence.
- Responding to Family Violence.
- Training and Awareness.
- External and Government Support Services.
- Personal Safety Apps.
- Employee Assistance Programme.
- Privacy of Personal Information.
- Related Procedures, Forms and Documents.
- Review Criteria.
- Record Management.
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