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How Ikea Australia is supporting staff impacted by domestic violence

(Source: Reuters )
Ikea Australia has introduced a number of new support measures around domestic and family violence (DFV), including access to up to 15 days of paid leave for those experiencing DFV, as part of its corporate vision to create a better everyday life for the many. Developed in partnership with associate professor Kate Fitz-Gibbon, director of the Monash Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre, Ikea Australia’s new policy goes well beyond the five days of unpaid leave that all businesses in Au