The Ethical Workplace: Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence
Developed to provide practical and proactive skills for leadership staff who are responding to disclosures of domestic and family violence or sexual assault, and supporting staff toward recovery.
- Understand the bigger picture of sexual assault and domestic violence in Australia, and how this impacts on workplaces
- Workplace roles and responsibilities
- Perpetrator tactics of power and control
- How to respond with compassion to disclosures of violence
- Best practice policies and provisions
- Safety planning in the workplace
Audience: Managers, supervisors, team leaders, People and Culture staff. Maximum of 20 participants.
Duration: 4.5 hours
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"By partnering with Rape and Domestic Violence Services Australia we have been able to give our managers an acute understanding of the role they play in not only promoting this culture of respect, but also support them in recognising signs and having meaningful conversations to support those victims and survivors of domestic and family violence. The impact of this training has been profound. It extends beyond the workplace with many attendees quoting the role the training has played in increasing their confidence to support colleagues and direct reports within REA but also friends and family in their personal lives. It has started a conversation that was previously in the shadows for many. A conversation that needed to be had in order to create a culture of change."
- REA Group