DV must be better addressed in the workplace
Published in Wellness Daily 15th November 2019.
AccessEAP clinical director Marcela Slepica said employers and work play a significant role in supporting women dealing with this issue.
“Domestic violence has very real impacts on employees and the workplace. For the victim, health and economic costs can increase and mental health can deteriorate. For organisations, this can lead to lower productivity, efficiency, staff retention rates and motivation, as well as higher absenteeism,” she said.