Next Generation Workplace Mental Health
The highest cost to employers in relation to employees with declining mental health is lost productivity while they are at work. Lost productivity extends to the work culture and environment and affects others around them. Employees with poor mental health also tend to take days off work. HR professionals are looking for solutions that can improve employee mental health.
This session will cover:
• Mental Health key statistics
• The role of stigma
• Barriers to seeking help
• Strategies for business
• ROI for business investing in mental health
• E-Mental Health solutions.
This forum is suitable for HR professionals, specifically in the roles of: Diversity & Inclusion, Industrial Relations, Employment Law, Recruitment & WHS
Speaker: Dr Susanne Bahn, CEO, Tap Into Safety
With over 15 years’ consultancy and 10 years’ research including more than 50 published journal articles, Sue knows her way around safety in hazardous workplaces. Her specific expertise focuses on induction deafness, risk blindness and risk management.
A passionate individual, Sue is on a mission to lift the safety standard across Australia and internationally. Her qualifications include a PhD (Business – Health and Safety Management), a Masters in Human Resource Management, a Bachelor of Education and a Graduate Certificate in Higher Education.
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Please park at car park 6 and register at Building 34.
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Registration closes Tuesday 28 April 2020 at 4:30pm
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