Mental health in the workplace has never been more important. Based on the latest insights, more than 2 in 5 Australians are nervous or uncertain about their job security and a third of the workforce are feeling lonelier than ever before. With the rapidly changing environment, how has your workplace been supporting employees’ mental health?
SEEK’s Resident Psychologist, Sabina Read answers four key questions from employers, managers and recruiters on how to have positive and productive mental health conversations.
Sabina Read’s advice on having productive mental health conversations in the workplace
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Source: Independent research conducted by Nature on behalf of SEEK. Interviewing 4,800 Australians annually