Business Case for addressing DFV

There is an important moral case for addressing domestic and family violence, as well as the drivers of domestic and family violence.

But there are also significant financial costs to business and the Australian economy. If an employee is living with, or using, domestic and family violence, it will have an impact on the workplace through absenteeism, wellbeing and the costs of replacement hiring. Not to mention the personal impacts on those people living with family and domestic violence.

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