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The impact of domestic and sexual violence on the workplace in Solomon Islands : survey report produced by IFC under the overall guidance of Henriette Kolb

Contributor(s): Kolb, Henriette [Editor] | International Finance Corportation.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: International Finance Corporation, 2019Description: electronic document (36 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): Australian Aid | New Zealand. Foreign Affairs and Trade Aid Programme | Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry | ATTITUDES | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FAMILY VIOLENCE | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | PACIFIC PEOPLES | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | SOLOMON ISLANDS PEOPLE | SURVEYS | VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | Waka Mere Commitment to Change | WORKPLACE | SOLOMON ISLANDSOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: More than 1,200 people, a third of all employees, from nine Waka Mere companies, participated in the survey on “How problems at home affect employees at work.” The survey findings will inform ongoing development of appropriate workplace responses and provide an early benchmark to measure changes in the ways in which staff are supported. This report was produced by the International Finance Corporation (IFC) under the overall guidance of IFC’s Gender Secretariat. It was undertaken in collaboration with the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry, SICCI, the peak representative body for the private sector in Solomon Islands. IFC and SICCI have partnered in the initiative, the Waka Mere Commitment to Action. (From the website). Record #6214
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More than 1,200 people, a third of all employees, from nine Waka Mere companies, participated in the survey on “How problems at home affect employees at work.” The survey findings will inform ongoing development of appropriate workplace responses and provide an early benchmark to measure changes in the ways in which staff are supported.

This report was produced by the International Finance Corporation (IFC) under the overall guidance of IFC’s Gender Secretariat. It was undertaken in collaboration with the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry, SICCI, the peak representative body for the private sector in Solomon Islands.

IFC and SICCI have partnered in the initiative, the Waka Mere Commitment to Action. (From the website). Record #6214

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