We have once again joined forces with Business in the Community and Public Health England to revise this important resource. 

This toolkit will kick-start your journey in tackling domestic abuse, whether your organisation is in the private, public or charity sector, large or small.

Lockdown has meant employers have had to look again at how they support their staff; revisit where the boundary between home and work is; and put new ways of working in place to fulfil their duty of care. As a result, many have been awakened to what they can do to support and help staff experiencing domestic abuse, as well as contributing to the wider societal response to it. 

Revisions to the toolkit now reflect the post-covid 19 reality of hybrid working. It now offers practical guidance about how to support staff working remotely, and how to respond when abuse is suspected or disclosed. 

It is a valuable guide for any employer wanting to act, and it wouldn't be possible if it weren't for the generous commitment of The Insurance Charities who have sponsored its production.