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    For some people during lockdown, working from home is more dangerous than being at work

    For some people during lockdown, working from home is more dangerous than being at work


    The number of family harm incidents reported to Police increased by 3.9-percent in week one of Level Four, and 6.2-percent in week two.

    Specialist domestic violence service Shine, is providing workplaces with information on how to help support employees working remotely.

    Spokesperson Holly Carrington says sending details to workers about what help they can receive is the best place to start.

    She says people see their options for accessing help and being independent shrink when stuck at home.

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