A colleague comes to work looking distracted. She has been performing poorly, and you spot bruises that she tries to hide with long-sleeved clothing.
If her employer, someone from the human resources department or a fellow colleague could recognise such possible signs of family violence, she could receive the appropriate help and support.
As Ms Georgette Tan, President of United Women Singapore (UWS) points out “If employees are in distress, that is not good for their welfare, and this could have an impact of their productivity and affect the organisation.
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