Domestic violence : What is the impact at work?

Domestic violence don’t stay at home! They have a huge impact on work: concentration, productivity, relation with colleagues, health… Discover with Auriane Goullard from Fondation Agir Contre l’Exclusion, example of impacts that domestic violence can create at work and the importance of employers to recognise their responsibility. (in French)

CEASE E-LEARNING NOW AVAILABLE!

Around the world, one woman in three is, has or will experience domestic or sexual violence throughout her lifetime. Indeed, violence between partners is mostly perpetrated by males on female victims. Because it affects women disproportionately, domestic violence is considered as part of gender-based violence. CEASE project has created an e-learning course that you can…

CEASE FINAL EVENT – November 20, 2019

With the aim of creating a supportive and secure workplace for victims of domestic violence, CEASE project is coming to an end. On this occasion, come and discover best practices and institutional advances on the subject! This conference will be an opportunity to : Present CEASE project achievements: learn more about the European corporate network, the…

First 3 CEASE trainings in Greece

CSR HELLAS completed the first 3 training workshops on 10, 20 and 24 June 2019 for its business-members participating in CEASE Project. So far more than 60 executives totally from AB VASSILOPOULOS, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Center of Athens HYGEIA, HELLENIC PETROLEUM, PAPASTRATOS, PIRAEUS BANK, PPC (PUBLIC POWER COOPERATION), PPC RENEWABLES, TITAN and TUV AUSTRIA HELLAS…