“Since women account for 70% of the health and social care workforce, gaps in health worker supply will not be closed without addressing the gender dynamics of the health and social workforce. The female health and social care workers who
“El objetivo de estas Directrices Marco es servir de orientación general para abordar la violencia en el trabajo en el sector de salud. Por la creciente presión de las reformas y tensión del trabajo, la inestabilidad social y el deterioro
This policy is designed to assist agencies to support government sector employees who experience domestic and family violence, but can be applied to a larger context. It lays out specific support for Aboriginal family violence as well.
Often times, domestic violence is seen as a personal and private issue. However, as reports like this have shown, domestic violence and the problems surrounding it transfer to the workplace. From employees being affected to productivity levels, violence occurring in
This expert commentary by James N. Madero, from Violence Prevention International, details the necessary responses and procedures for employers to address domestic violence in the workplace. It suggests a team approach and introducing security measures for affected employees.
Beginning in January 2019, the Center for Women’s Global Leadership will be highlighting the types of discrimination and violence faced by women in various labor sectors as part of our commitment to making sure that the ILO adopts a strong,
Domestic workers are workers employed by private households within national boundaries or overseas to do house chores and care work. They constitute an integral part of the labour force worldwide. According to ILO data, the estimates are 4-10% of the