Reuters | Domestic violence takes a toll on women at work. But it doesn’t have to.

In July, New Zealand passed legislation requiring employers to provide workers with access to paid leave from work to address the impact of domestic violence without fear of job loss. This law and similar ones adopted in the Philippines and in cities and states in the United States, are a result of listening to the voices of women workers and a recognition that ignoring domestic violence is more expensive and dangerous to workers and employers than not addressing it.

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