Tuesday 16 August 2022

The Paid Family and Domestic Leave Bill has been introduced. This will have important repercussions for Australian employers.

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The Albanese government introduced ground-breaking legislation into Parliament on 28 July 2022: 10 days of paid leave for victims of family violence. The new bill acknowledges that family and domestic violence is also a workplace issue impacting an employee's productivity, mental health, well-being, and safety.

My Business, in partnership with Domestic Violence NSW, conducted an exclusive survey of Australian businesses to help better understand experiences with family and domestic violence in the workplace and the resources needed to help support victim survivors and business owners.

We invite you to watch our free webinar with industry experts to review the results and learn what Workplaces should know about paid Family and Domestic Violence leave.

In this session you will:

  • Gain valuable insights from our exclusive Workplace Domestic Violence survey
  • Understand the impact of domestic violence in the workplace and the impending changes to modern awards and National Employment Standards.
  • Learn how workplaces can support victim-survivors and the resources available

Register now and take the opportunity to ask our experts your burning questions on the topic.

Elise Phillips

Elise Phillips

CEO | Domestic Violence NSW

Elise is a registered psychologist with 12 years of experience in leadership roles in the non-government sector. Elise has lived experience of domestic and family violence and is passionate about influencing systems-level change to increase safety, prevent violence, and healing for victim-survivors.

Julian Arndt

Julian Arndt

Associate Director | Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors

Julian provides specialist employment and industrial relations advice and advocacy for employers. His particular expertise is in the Fair Work Act, the Fair Work Commission, and in the owner-driver jurisdiction of NSW. For over 10 years he has worked as an advisor to a broad range of businesses.

Phil Parisis

Richard Spencer

Chief Customer Experience Officer | My Business

Richard oversees My Business’s total customer experience, from identifying and understanding customer needs, to creating an enterprise-wide customer experience framework.

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