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Do you care about the mental health of your people?
Perhaps there has been an incident or accident, more people on stress leave or workers compensation, or you’ve noticed an increase in absenteeism or a reduction in productivity. Perhaps leaders don’t feel confident to balance supporting their people with managing their performance.
Increased stress levels can increase conflict, more sick days for physical and mental health issues, erratic behaviours, withdrawing from others and loss of confidence. There are many potential physical outcomes including illness, tiredness and the inability to concentrate.
Did you know that $545 million is paid in workers compensation claims annually; $3.3 Billion is lost in productivity every year and 20 times the amount of sick days are taken with people living with severe depression. With 1 in 2 of us experiencing a mental illness across a lifetime, and 20% in any given year, every single workplace across Australia is impacted.
A PwC study demonstrated high levels of connections between team members, where good relationships and high levels of trust can impact workplace productivity positively and make people feel valued. With your workforce engaged and working at an optimal level, your team clear on their role and how they fit into the bigger picture, can result in lower turnover and cost savings and boost brand reputation. Your people communicate openly, have a voice, respect different views and are confident in having clear conversations
A happy, resilient employee is a productive employee. We are here to help.
Passionate about building mentally healthy workplaces, Mindseye Training and Consulting are highly experienced facilitators and have years of experience in community services, drug and alcohol, mental health and disability sectors. Based in Adelaide, South Australia, working with organisations nationally and internationally.
WHY DOES IT MATTER?
1 IN 5 AT ANY GIVEN TIME
WILL HAVE MENTAL ILLNESS
RETURN ON INVESTMENT