RSA rolls out Domestic Abuse Policy

On group protection policies

Hemma Visavadia
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RSA rolls out Domestic Abuse Policy

RSA has added a Domestic Abuse Policy to its group protection scheme to support employees who may be victims of domestic abuse.

As part of the policy, RSA will offer paid leave for employees who may need to take time off to deal with issues relating to domestic abuse. The policy was designed to raise awareness in the workplace of domestic abuse, but also to increase the training and guidance resources available for employees and leaders. The scheme follows the introduction of domestic abuse guidance issued by the insurer in 2021 and has been developed in conjunction with Employers Initiative on Domestic Abuse (E...

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