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Why work with us

Why work with us

Australia’s CEO Challenge is a recognised, award-winning charity that challenges the business sector to help break the silence surrounding domestic violence to create a world where homes and workplaces are places of safety for all members, whilst working with the violence prevention sector. We want every workplace to be aware and responsive to domestic violence, and have in place a strategy to raise awareness and support their staff who may be living with violence, abuse and control at home. Our Workplace Domestic Violence Prevention Program is the only one of its kind in Australia. Providing education, policy, training and staff engagement it ensures workplaces are responsive to the issue, compliant with the Fair Work Act, and actively giving back to local domestic violence shelters. Are you ready to violence proof your environment?

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Recognise. Respond. Refer                                         Domestic Violence in the Workplace

Recognise. Respond. Refer Domestic Violence in the Workplace

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Australia's CEO Challenge has an ongoing raffle and would like to thank our very generous spon...
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There are over 1,000 refuges in Australia. My passion is to see every single one with one or several corporate partners.
Wendy Reid, Australia’s CEO Challenge.
Race Winner 2009: We’re making a point that it takes business and community leaders to stand up and be counted, that we want to make a diffe...
Lance Hockridge, Aurizon.
Race Winner 2010: My goal was to change a culture that accepted and condoned domestic violence. We created awareness with still a way to go.
John Minz, Heritage Bank.
Our partnership has created agency wide understanding of an important social issue and how it can impact on workplaces and colleagues.
Dianne Jeans, SmartService Qld.
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