Employment Law at 11 - HR’s role in Addressing Domestic Abuse - 5th July 2024

Posted in : 'Any Questions' Webinar Recordings on 9 July 2024
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Issues covered: Domestic Abuse and safeguarding the well-being of employees

As HR professionals, safeguarding the well-being of our employees is a paramount responsibility. Unfortunately, domestic abuse is an issue that affects many, and its repercussions often extend into the workplace, impacting productivity, morale, and overall health. The PSNI recorded over 33000 domestic abuse incidents last year, an increase on the previous 12 months. It is essential HR makes a positive impact by fostering a supportive workplace culture.

In this special edition of Employment Law at 11, Seamus McGranaghan from O’Reilly Stewart and Lindsay Harris from ONUS join Julie Holmes from Legal Island to discuss this topic. Lindsay sets out the practicalities and Seamus

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This article is correct at 09/07/2024

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