Supporting victims of stalking in your workforce
This useful guide from SoloProtect and Suzy Lamplugh Trust will help you to better understand and support victims of stalking within your organisation.
Tens of thousands of people in the UK are stalked each year. Obsessional behaviour such as stalking has a devastating effect on the lives of the victims and, left unchecked, can escalate further and lead to tragic outcomes for victims and their families.
Stalking is often seen as a crime that purely impacts the famous – driven by an obsession with celebrities and high-profile individuals. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Stalking is an issue for many normal people who lead typical lives outside of the public eye.
What can an employer do to support a stalking victim in their workforce?
This guide for employers is designed to give ideas for how you can best support employees that are victims of stalking and has been produced by SoloProtect and Suzy Lamplugh Trust.
It considers a number of areas including:
- How often stalking affects people in the UK
- Traditional signs of stalking
- Stalking in the workplace
- The effect on lone, mobile and home workers
- Tips to support victims in your employment
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