With one in five Australian adults experiencing mental health concerns every year, chances are one of your staff could be affected at some point. This free one-day workshop designed especially for managers and human resources staff, will provide information and practical tools to maximise employee performance, strengthen workplace relationships and improve the wellbeing of your team.

Workshops will be held in Tweed Heads on 15 February, in Ballina/Byron Bay on 21 February and in Lismore on 22 February, with a further workshop planned for Grafton.

The workshop is open to any employer wishing to make their workplace more inclusive and productive.

Employers can learn to support and manage staff affected by mental health challenges, leading to better outcomes for the workplace and the employee.

Research from the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows  that employees recovering from mental health conditions:

  • are reliable and loyal,
  • take fewer sick days, and
  • improve the morale of everyone in their workplace.

Social Futures has engaged OnQ Human Resources to provide training for the Workplace Inclusion Network (WIN) Project.

To register for the Workshop or for more information please contact:

Glenn Bailey M: 0418 832 495 E: [email protected]

The WIN Project is funded by NSW Health through the Mental Health Innovation Fund, which provides initiatives that improve mental health delivery and service outcomes in NSW.

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