What happens after you implement a domestic abuse policy? Creating a culture of change in your organisation.
Employers are increasingly motivated to take action on domestic abuse. More and more organisations are joining our network; willing to play their part in raising awareness, educating, and creating an environment where disclosures can be brought forward with confidence. This is welcome progress.
There are many resources available to help employers put a tailored domestic abuse policy in place. But simply having good intentions and creating a policy isn’t the end of the story, so what happens next?
In this session we will hear from three EIDA members who have taken steps beyond implementing a policy, to change the way they approach supporting their employees. They will share what they’ve implemented, how they got there and what they’ve learnt along the way.
Full speaker line up:
Jane Barr, Social Impact Manager, Collinson
Mairi Brighton, UK & Ireland Engagement Lead, pladis
Gemma Manning, HR Director, Arthur Rank Hospice Charity
Sharon Livermore, EIDA Ambassador and CEO Kameo Recruitment