HR director dinner: Domestic Abuse


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However, increasing understanding of this crime means responsible employers are now ready to take action and shine a light on the far-reaching consequences of this abuse. By definition, domestic abuse may happen at home behind closed doors, but it has an impact on the working lives of those living with an abusive partner.

BITC responds to MOJ announcement about temporary release for prisoners

Jessica Rose, Business in the Community campaign manager, said:
“Today’s announcement that more prisoners will have access to work experience and paid work to help them reintegrate into society is a welcome step that we want to see extended even further. Attitudes are changing, with 79% of people now thinking that businesses employing ex-offenders are making a positive contribution to society.