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Men, Domestic Violence and Work Impacts: Study participants sought
Safe at Home, Safe at Work is conducting a study on the negative effects at work for male workers who are victims of domestic or family violence. The study will result in resources and advice for employers and unions about supporting male workers and employees.
The researcher is keen to talk to male employees who’ve experience domestic and family violence that’s had a negative effect on their attendance at work, their work performance and/or safety. The study involves confidential interviews over the phone or in person. Participants will be sent a typed transcript to ensure they are happy it’s an accurate record. No identifying data will be used or reports written that identify participants. Those who participate will be sent a copy of the key findings once the study is complete and referral to counseling and support will be provided.
If you are interested in a confidential interview, please directly contact Ludo McFerran (Co-researcher Safe at Home, Safe at Work) on 0423 231 058 or (02) 9385 1806 or email@example.com.