The Wellbeing SA Healthy Workplace Toolkit is a practical guide for employers, managers and leaders to help create and maintain healthy workplaces and provides a step-by-step process and supporting tools to help you plan, action and evaluate a workplace health and wellbeing strategy.
This Building Workplace Wellbeing Guide by the SA Commission on Excellence and Innovation in Health adopts an evidenced base to identify critical areas for action to assist the healthcare sector in strengthening workplace wellbeing, including how to establish effective structures and processes.
As we settle into the new year, still faced with a COVID-19 ‘hangover’, employee wellbeing remains front of mind for leaders. However, one challenge still remains….. frustratingly this isn’t necessarily translating into $$ spent for organisations. In this blockbuster with Faculty member Anna-Louise we discuss why many of us still struggle to ‘sell’ wellbeing to decision makers, and how to demonstrate the burning platform for wellness investment.
How do you get to the heart of health and wellness issues for your people, particularly at a time where the goal posts keep changing regularly? In this Q&A blockbuster we sit down with Carl Buik, our resident workplace wellness analyst and design expert. If you’re struggling with needs assessment and gathering data, this is one not to miss!
In this blockbuster we’re joined by one of our expert Faculty members Dr Gary Webb, Regional Health Lead for Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa at Mars Global. Gary shares his global experiences, key adaptions and learnings from a wellness at work perspective in navigating COVID-19 at Mars Global. We then discuss how the pandemic will potentially change how we approach wellness at work into the future.
In this interactive panel discussion, we discuss the unique stresses facing small business, why investing in wellbeing is critical, how to ensure psychological health and safety obligations are met, where to go for further support and what you can do to support small business clients.
So you’re enthusiastic about workplace health and understand that the workplace has a significant impact on an employee’s health and wellbeing, which in turn, has a major impact on the business itself. This webinar will provide an overview and strategies on how to capture senior management support to initiate and drive your wellness efforts.
You have ideas. You have wellness projects and initiatives that you need to get off the ground. But here’s the rub — unless you can get others on board, those ideas aren’t going anywhere. So how do you build willing and enthusiastic support for your ideas — where people work with you, not because they have to, but because they want to?
Many organisations offer one-off health checks, ad hoc chair massages, occasional yoga classes and so on. While the intentions are good, the organisation probably won’t see any real or lasting impact to their bottom line.In this webinar with the Safety Institute of Australia, Katrina outlines the need to think strategically about health and wellness in the workplace to ensure your strategy hits the mark.