Published by Australian Mining online, September 2016
This year’s safety in action event will highlight the importance of mental and physical health in the workplace.
Published in Business First, September 2016
Managers are suffering from increasing stress caused by toxic employees in today’s workplace.
Published by Motherpedia, August 2016
Increasingly, employed women who have families are expected to juggle a multitude of tasks, managing many and varied demands and responsibilities across their personal and work lives.
Published by Nine.com.au, August 2016
Tension headaches, sleepless nights, increased heart rate. The physical symptoms of stress are easy to spot, but did you know that experiencing heightened levels of anxiety for prolonged periods of time can take a serious toil on your body?
Published by Australian Women Online, August 2016
Increasingly, women who have families are expected to juggle a multitude of tasks, managing many and varied demands and responsibilities across their personal and work lives.
Published by Informa Australia, August 2016
Mental health costs Australian employers approximately $10.9 billion a year and absenteeism due to mental health results in a staggering 12 million days of reduced productivity amounting to 6 million working days being lost every year.
Published on Manufacturers’ Monthly, August 2016
It is estimated that untreated mental health conditions cost Australian workplaces approximately $10.9 billion per year, comprising of $4.7 billion in absenteeism, $6.1 billion in presenteeism and $145 million in compensation claims.
Posted by Australian Women Online, July 2016
Employers can play a role in helping their employees cope with financial related stress by recognising the impact it can have on different groups in the workplace and providing financial coaching via an employee assistance program.
Published by Inside OHS and Thomson Reuters, July 2016 (Pages 3-5)
AccessEAP Chief Executive Officer, Sally Kirkright shares her insights with Stephanie D'Souza.
Posted by HRM Online, June 2016
The day-to-day stresses associated with providing for a family and holding down a job can take their toll on men both mentally and physically. This happens to women too of course, but the difference is that men tend to “bottle it” more than women.
Published in The Australian, May 2016
Exposure to excessive noise, smells and visual stimuli is hard to avoid in today’s urban environment.
Posted by Australian Women Online, March 2016
A recent survey found that absenteeism directly costs employers in Australia approximately $578 per employee per absent day.