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Work together to stop domestic violence

MINISTER for Women Shannon Fentiman is urging businesses to take up the challenge in preventing domestic and family violence in Gympie.

The Palaszczuk Government and Australia's CEO Challenge have developed a new training package to teach workplaces to spot the signs that domestic or family violence might be occurring.

Ms Fentiman said workplaces can be a powerful force in ensuring domestic and family violence is exposed.

"Given how much time we spend at work, it makes sense to ensure that people are trained to notice if colleagues might be experiencing violence at home," Ms Fentiman said.

Gympie Times


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