Sadly, family violence in both Australia and New Zealand has been exacerbated by COVID-19 as the line between “work” and “home” has become increasingly blurred.
Join our webinar on Tuesday, 9th June at 11:00AM AEST, where our panel of business leaders including Cath Bowtell, CEO at Industry Funds Services (IFS), Matt Tyler, Executive Director of The Men’s Project at Jesuit Social Services (JSS), and ELMO’s very own Monica Watt, Chief HR Officer (CHRO) will discuss the responsibility of employers when it comes to supporting their staff through family violence when it occurs.
Having worked for many years in senior roles in both the superannuation industry and union movement Cath has pursued her altruistic interests by becoming the Deputy Chair of the Board of the Royal Women’s Hospital and brings a wealth of leadership knowledge to the discussion.
With over 10 years’ experience across the private, public and community sectors Matt leads The Men’s Project, a scheme dedicated to providing leadership on the reduction of violent and other harmful behaviours amongst boys and men.
ELMO’s CHRO, Monica, brings a unique perspective to the conversation with insights into how HR teams can work to create and embed a supportive and safe company culture.
Cath, Matt and Monica, along with Jason Portelli, ELMO’s Product Strategist, will discuss:
- Insights into underlying causes of family violence
- Creating supportive workplace cultures that assist those seeking help
- Practical strategies that employers can deploy to support all employees during troubled times
This webinar has taken place. You can download the on-demand webinar here.