Training Provision on

the Impact of Domestic Abuse and

Stalking in the Workplace

Bespoke Consultancy and Training for Business

16 Days of Action 25th Nov - 10th Dec 2018 "Raising Awareness of the Impact of Domestic Abuse in the Workplace"

Many themes will be highlighting the issue of domestic abuse over the 16 Days of Action. I will be focusing on Domestic Abuse in the Workplace and what employers can do to ensure their workplace is a Safe Space


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Employer Awareness: Why does football cause a rise in domestic violence incidences?

Domestic abuse victims will suffer 35 incidents before reporting, either to the police or another professional.   Many of these incidents will have prevented an employee from attending work on time or will have led to increased absences and possibly time off to attend medical appointments.  




1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men will experience domestic abuse or violence in their lifetime

1 in 5 women and 1 in 10 men will experience stalking in their lifetime



Domestic abuse costs UK businesses £1.9 billion per year.

With stalking included the cost is in excess of £2.3 billion per year.

53% of employed women missing at least three days of work per month due to domestic abuse or stalking
20% of employed women take time off work because of domestic abuse in any one year
12% of those who experience domestic abuse tell someone at work
50% of stalking victims have curtailed or stopped work due to stalking
75% of domestic violence victims are targeted at work
8% of stalking cases involve a work colleague

Companies are unprepared for dealing with Domestic Violence & Abuse (DVA), Coercive Control and/or Stalking

The Risk to Your Business:

Financial loss due to ... Reduced Productivity  |  Breach of Policies  |  Impact on Other Staff Members

Reputational Damage to Business  |  Risk of Business Closing...


Safe Space Consultancy offers CPD Accredited Training & Awareness for

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Safe Space Consultancy

Julie Johns Mob. 07592 739183