Dr Robert Holmes says it's time to destigmatise mental health issues in the workplace so that employees can feel safe enough to say "I'm not coping"
While the connections between business success and a safe work culture are known, why does HR often struggle to put this into practice?
“The boundaries of the workplace are expanding and now reach deeper into employees’ lives, especially now that mobile technology is taken for granted.”
The ‘mental health day’ in Australia is typically associated with ‘chucking a sickie’. However, one expert feels it is time to get serious about mental health.
A Westpac employee has won compensation from the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission (QIRC) over workplace bullying.
Organisations should embrace the use of psychometric assessment to improve their health and safety cultures, according to practitioners in the field.
Companies are being urged to consider the effects of Australia’s ageing workforce on their business, as the ageing process will increasingly come to bear on employees’ injury-related claims.
There’s few things in a quiet office environment more irritating than a colleague with an annoying or shrill voice disrupting the work flow – but could a loud voice actually damage a worker’s hearing? One government employee says yes.
The default amongst the busy times is to keep working harder, waiting for an elusive reprieve from the onslaught
Checking emails in support of disciplinary action can be very helpful – but only when done lawfully
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