Be an Employer Leading Change


"British Airways Plc has been working with CAADV for a number of years to raise awareness of the devastating effect of domestic violence. Our aim is to create a working environment which includes all colleagues and gives them the confidence to bring their whole self to work. As a large international airline with colleagues based around the world reaching all our colleagues worldwide can sometimes be a challenge. With the help of CAADV we have shared information with our colleagues around the world via seminars, roadshows, videos and interactive online live conversations."

− Maria da Cunha, Head of Legal, British Airways

"We embarked on a partnership style approach working with the Alliance. In less than 12 months, this collaboration has had a significant impact on our employee health and wellbeing programme."

− Felicity Harvey, Director General, Department of Health


Who we are

The Corporate Alliance is the nationally recognised membership charity working with employers to lessen the impact of domestic violence in the workplace.


of women are affected by domestic violence during their adult lifetimes
of men are affected by domestic violence during their adult lifetimes
of people who endure domestic violence are targetted at work
of abused women miss at least 3 days of work a month

With over 30 million people working in the UK, the impact of domestic violence in the workplace is evident in employees and business alike. It affects productivity, presenteeism, absenteeism, employee retention, a risk to business and health and well-being.

We are the only charitable organisation working on a business to business platform to support employers and employees in a wellness framework to help employers meet their wellness, legal, safety and risk obligations whilst linking directly with the domestic violence Sector for specialist support. This strategy is centered on the belief that every employee and employer must be safe and well.


Our Vision

To work with every employer to provide them with practical and sector relevant tools to enable them to build a corporate platform for addressing domestic abuse.