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Government to review support in the workplace for survivors of domestic abuse

The Business Minister Paul Scully has launched a review of employment rights for survivors of domestic abuse.

The review will examine the availability of flexible working, unplanned leave and other employment needs in how employers and government could better support domestic abuse survivors at work. It will look at options to improve the workplace for survivors, including how employers can help tackle economic abuse, such as by paying wages to a different bank account or making emergency salary payments available for those in real financial hardship.

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