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21 December 2021 | dataset

The Business Case for Workplace Responses to Domestic and Sexual Violence in Fiji

Fiji has one of the highest rates of domestic and sexual violence in the world with almost two-thirds of the country’s women experiencing domestic or sexual violence during their lifetime. This has serious negative impacts on individuals, families, communities and workplaces. For the three companies included in this study, the high rates of domestic and sexual violence translate into lost staff time and reduced productivity that is equivalent to almost 10 days of lost work per employee each year.

This study includes three private sector companies, collectively employing 1,701 employees as of December 2018. The companies were selected to ensure sector diversity and based on their commitment to supporting staff affected by domestic and sexual violence. A total of 563 staff completed the staff survey, representing 33 per cent of all employees. The study also included individual and group interviews involving 43 women and 43 men in both supervisory and non-supervisory roles.

Data and Resource

IFC Fiji DSV Report

This study identifies the impacts of domestic…

Field Value
Publisher Pacific Data Hub
Modified 10 May 2022
Release Date 21 December 2021
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Identifier 9367eade-fd71-48f2-af72-621fe943f779
Spatial / Geographical Coverage Location Array
Relevant Countries Fiji
License Public
[Open Data]
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