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AUTOMOTIVE RETAILERS AGAINST DOMESTIC ABUSEBack

Domestic abuse affects far too many people in the UK, with one in four women, and one in six men experiencing it in their lifetime. Many employers find that domestic abuse reduces performance at work, increases absenteeism and may lead to mental illness. As a major industry in the UK, many of those affected are employed in the automotive sector directly or indirectly.  Domestic abuse is something that we, as an industry, can take action against. 

When employers demonstrate that they are aware of domestic abuse and make staff aware of the services that are available, this can help to reduce the wall of silence surrounding domestic abuse that prevents many from seeking help.

Employers’ Initiative on Domestic Abuse is a network of more than 170 companies and public-sector organisations that have come together to exchange information about best practice and to encourage, promote and develop action to help staff who are enduring domestic abuse, or who are perpetrators. Following a meeting with the NFDA HR Working Group, NFDA will be signing up to this initiative and would invite your company to join us. There is no joining fee, just a request that you take action for your staff.

If you would like to sign up, please get in touch with thomas.mclennan@rmif.co.uk so we can add your signature and a short quote to our Automotive Retailers Against Domestic Abuse pledge.

 

 

Posted by Sue Robinson on 02/02/2018