To support employees experiencing and perpetrating domestic abuse, (regardless of gender, sexual orientation or ethnic background) and the businesses that they work for, against the very real threat, of domestic abuse in the workplace, by:
Engaging with businesses of all sizes and in all sectors, including the Armed Services and Police Forces, in an attempt to change how they think about and react to domestic abuse.
Starting the conversation in a bid to raise awareness about domestic abuse in the workplace, through informative talks and workplace campaigns.
To provide employers with the tools required, to attempt to prevent workplace incidents and to strengthen their response should a disclosure or incident occur.
To encourage businesses to be proactive in the implementation of domestic abuse policies and procedures and to work closely with all appropriate employees, such as HR, managers and security.