To have a thriving mentally healthy workplace in the professional consulting sector, we’ve put together a bunch of tools and resources to help you.
Learn about the basics of mental health with Dr Hillary Bennett.
In New Zealand there are two key models of wellbeing which help us understand wellbeing.
All employers have a legal obligation to manage risks to staff including their mental health and wellbeing.
Before implementing new wellbeing activities, it is helpful to review the activities your organisation is already doing.
Knowing where to start with your organisation’s mental health journey can be hard. We have put together some information to help you with this work.
Your business has an obligation to take care of the mental health of your staff as far as practically possible. This includes preventing bullying, harassment and discrimination in the workplace.
Identify the risks to mental health and wellbeing.
This guide is designed to help organisations to improve the mental wellbeing of their people. It sets out a four-step process that organisations can follow to promote mental wellbeing.
A game changer for mental health. Financial stresses can have a significant impact on the wellbeing of your employees which can have a direct impact on productivity and retention.
Flexible work models have been shown to have a positive impact on employees’ mental health and productivity. Find out how to set up a flexible working culture in your organisation.
Diversity, equity and inclusion are all closely linked to mental wellbeing at work.
To lead effectively, leaders must have good mental health and wellbeing themselves.
We asked members what access they provide to workplace and clinical support.
Mental Health First Aid is a program which teaches you skills in how to identify and provide initial support to people who may be experiencing mental health challenges or concerns.
Employers have an obligation to support people when harm has occurred.