Real Employment Law Advice

Domestic Violence and Abuse Policy - Free for Employers

A free Domestic Violence Policy for employers. It can be add to your Staff Handbook or HR Policies, or used as a stand alone document. 

£0.00 + VAT

Description

On the 14th January 2021, the Business Minister, Paul Scully MP published an open letter to employers seeking to highlight the issue of domestic abuse and the role that Employers can play in supporting, preventing and highlighting the issue of domestic violence amongst their workforce. 

One of the actions highlighted in the letter is to produce a Domestic Violence & Abuse Policy to increase awareness and start addressing the issue.

We recognise it can be difficult and time consuming to put together a policy and as this is a crucial issue for many people, particularly during times when we are all spending so much time in our homes, we have produced a policy you can start using immediately in your organisation or business.

How to use the document

The file downloads into a Word document so that you can amend according to your requirements.

The wording in red can be deleted and is there for your guidance only.

The areas highlighted in yellow are for you to consider, amend or add information before issuing to staff.

Keep up to date & get specific advice

It has been prepared based on information currently available and will certainly be subject to updates and amendments in future, particularly as the law and guidance on this area develops. We therefore recommend you contact us for specific advice and/or stay  up to date by subscribing to our newsletter which you can do so HERE

We offer an initial free telephone call on 01983 897003 if you want to discuss the policy or any issues you may be having internally.

If you want a bespoke policy or specific advice, please contact us directly by email: alison@realemploymentlawadvice.co.uk

 

IMPORTANT NOTE: The information and documents provided on this site are for general use on a ‘do it yourself’ basis and are not intended to be comprehensive or a replacement for obtaining specific legal advice about your situation. Using the information or documents without consulting us or another professional adviser is at your own risk. Real Employment Law Advice Limited accept no responsibility and give no representations or warranties, express or implied, that any of the information and materials on this site are complete, accurate or free from errors or omissions.

 

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