HAVE YOUR SAY: How does your business support employees’ mental health?

| February 1, 2021

Mental Heath awareness is extremely important for all businesses. Having the right strategies in place can not only save time and money but it can help save lives.

As part of our First 5000 – Have your Say initiative, we invite you to answer the following question:

How does your business support employees’ mental health?

Below we have included some blogs for inspiration:

Survey shows 3 in 4 Australians’ mental health and wellbeing has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic – Wesley Mission
Ten tips for very merry mental healthiness – David Westgate
AccessEAP achieves mental health mission by adapting ‘work from home’ – AccessEAP
Mental health campaign focuses on organisations over individuals – First 5000
My Business Health offers some relief from pandemic distress – First 5000
Time for your workplace well-being to get a health check – Professor Gary Martin
‘Fly in fly out’ workers suffer poorer mental health – Rural and Remote Mental Health
Positive mental health is a key to business success – First 5000
Overcoming the hidden cost of mental health stigma – Bryan McCormick
Mental Health training programs launched for insolvency professionals – Australian Restructuring Insolvency and Turnaround Association
Tracking COVID’s mental health impact via Twitter – First 5000
Mental health must be front of mind in our workplaces – Professor Gary Martin
Report signals significant development in mental health – Mental Health Victoria
Time’s up for toxic workplaces – Professor Gary Martin
Using virtual reality technology to target mental health – Edwina Griffin
Your business enhancing ‘thrival’ guide – Timo Topp
Understanding the retiree workforce – Lanning Bennett
Watch out for the family friendly workplace facade – Professor Gary Martin
New mental health support service for business owners – Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman
Inclusion is the wave of the future for workplace culture – Maria Velasco
Calling in mental health sickies without telling porkies – David Westgate

Post a comment on First 5000 – Have your Say on LinkedIn today or email editor@first5000.com.au with your story.

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