Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) can reduce the impact and severity of mental ill-health for workers. But research shows they can be treated as a ‘tick box’ for employers, rather than a meaningful tool for employees. Get the most value from your EAP with these tips.
Over a quarter of young Australians experienced poor mental health in 2020. With the NSW workforce being made up of more than half a million young people, supporting and preventing work-related harm to their mental health is essential.
With the NSW Small Business Month running throughout March, there’s no shortage of free resources and tools to help you get your business and staff back on their feet, find new opportunities and prosper.
Our Recovery at Work reference group brings together industry experts and people with lived experience to develop the best possible mental health programs and resources. Learn more about the team and their work.
Over the past three years, the Recovery Boost program has invested more than $500,000 to help a range of businesses roll out exciting mental health projects in their workplace. Learn more about the grant-winning projects.
Our Mental Health at Work ambassadors met with NSW Government leaders to discuss ways to improve workplace mental health. They talked about current approaches, the barriers faced and strategies to drive change.
The Recover Together Hack Day brought together experts to share ideas and improve mental health recovery at work. They developed solutions to promote early help-seeking, support recovery and increase awareness.
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