Creating a Mentally Healthy Workplace

Mentally healthy workplaces is better for everyone – residential care workers, leaders, business owners and organisational leaders. Mentally healthy workplaces contribute to a positive, productive workplace culture and minimise risks to employees’ mental health, it promotes safety leadership to support people with a mental health condition and prevent discrimination in the workplace.

Approximately, one in five people may experience a mental health condition, most commonly work-related anxiety and depression. There are a number of simple and easy steps you can take to promote positive mental health in your workplace, and we will share with you simple and effective ideas to help you get started as well as provide you with an opportunity to share, discuss and learn.

Expert Panellists: Dr John McWilliams,

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