How to become a business that's working to end family violence : template family violence policy for business This template has been developed in collaboration with Ricoh, Vodafone NZ, Fonterra, ANZ, Progressive Enterprises, EY, The Warehouse and the New Zealand Human Rights Commission.
Contributor(s): Business Working to End Family Violence | Ricoh | Vodafone NZ | Fonterra | ANZ | Progressive Enterprises | EY | The Warehouse | Human Rights Commission | Te Kāhuii Tika Tangata.Material type: BookPublisher: Business Working to End Family Violence, 2018Description: electronic document (8 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): FAMILY VIOLENCE | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | EMPLOYMENT | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | PERPETRATORS | PREVENTION | RESOURCES FOR WORKPLACES | WORKPLACE | VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website
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Adopting a family violence policy -- How to use this template -- Statement of principle -- Leave provisions -- Staff training -- Short-term safety provisions -- Long-term safety provisions -- Referrals to support services -- Education and awareness
Every workplace is different, so there’s no single “right” family violence policy for New Zealand businesses. The policy template below offers choices to help you decide what is right for your workplace. This template lays out the sections you should incorporate into your policy and provides multiple options for each section. The template is structured to allow your business to have a bronze, silver or gold standard family violence policy.
This template has been developed in collaboration with Ricoh, Vodafone NZ, Fonterra, ANZ, Progressive Enterprises, EY, The Warehouse and the New Zealand Human Rights Commission. More information is available on the website. (From the toolkit). Record #5898