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Government review: Domestic abuse and the workplace

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On 9 June the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) launched a government review of support in the workplace for survivors of domestic abuse:

The review will begin with a call for written evidence on the specific employment needs of domestic abuse survivors and how they are met by current employment rights and practices.

Written submissions will be accepted until 9 September 2020 and should be sent to [email protected], focused around the below open questions:

  • what practical circumstances arise in relation to domestic abuse and work?
  • what support can be offered in the workplace for victims of domestic abuse?
  • what is possible within the existing framework?
  • what does current best practice look like?
  • what is the potential to do more?

The review will also include a series of roundtables, run by BEIS and the Home Office, with organisations and individuals who wish to share their views directly.

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