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NDAS has been supporting victims of domestic abuse for over 40 years and has a wealth of experience in supporting organisations to improve their response to Domestic Abuse.

We know that as an employer, you want to do everything you can to keep your staff healthy, happy and productive. Sadly, we also know that one in four women and one in six men will experience domestic abuse, meaning virtually every employer employs people who are affected. 

With a range of courses and workshops, designed specifically from small to large organisations, we can help you to spot the signs in colleagues; anxiety, decreased motivation, seeming distracted, being late, being on the phone to a partner or family member very often.

We can also work with you on developing suitable policies, processes and support options for your workforce. With skilled and experienced advisors, NDAS can ensure that you excel in providing the best possible approaches to supporting your workforce. Domestic abuse is everybody’s business, and this includes employers.

To find out more about how we can help, or to get a quote for a bespoke package

for your workplace, contact : info@ndas-org.co.uk

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How can we help your organisation?

We can provide you with some/all of the below:

  • Consultancy review of business requirements

  • Use of NDAS logo on company website/social media, along with your organisations logo on NDAS website

  • DA Policy (review or implementation) and expert advice on how to embed in your organisation

  • Helpline for Managers/HR staff to access specific support/advice for staff members

  • Annual Training programme/refresher for HR/Line Managers

  • Drop in services for employees 

  • Attendance at internal awareness raising events/staff meetings

  • Provision of promotional materials to use on site, updated annually

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One-fifth of employed women take time off work because of domestic violence and 2% lose their jobs as a direct result of abuse.

 

The Equality and Human Rights Commission estimates that 56% of those enduring abuse are frequently late for work and 54% miss at least three days a year due to abuse.

Domestic abuse is everybody’s business, and this includes employers.