This research from the Mental Health Foundation NZ looks at understanding the pressures workers face in the residential construction industry and what could help and hinder their wellbeing. It also captures a range of ways to managing these challenges and the best channels to reach builders and tradies.
This free paper from Eek and Sense explores what their Global Leaders Wellbeing Survey research found about the skewed wellbeing impact of COVID-19, how gender is related to wellbeing, what forces are driving disparities, and what interventions may mitigate any further decline and close the gap.
This Report by the University of Melbourne focuses on the on-going impact of COVID-19 on work futures, and how Australian workers are faring into the COVID-19 recovery. They identified 4 critical work themes - unsafe workplaces, work is making some people unwell, job uncertainty linked to technology and opportunities via flexible work practices.
Research by Curtin University and the University of Western Australia found FIFO workers had worse mental health than a matched benchmark sample pre COVID, and mental ill health and poor wellbeing were higher during the COVID-19 pandemic than before. This group needs to be considered as an at-risk group for adverse mental health outcomes.
Drawing on their wealth of global consultancy and on-the-ground experience, Gary and Wolf share their insights into how workforce wellbeing has transformed the past 3 years, cultural considerations for strategy development, and how the role of wellbeing practitioners has evolved.
What did 2020 teach us as and how will this influence how we approach wellbeing at work in 2021 and beyond? Drawing on the insights from our new guide ‘Wellbeing at Work: Where to from here’, in this blockbuster we reveal the 7 biggest trends from the lens of our expert Faculty. We then discuss how these trends align to our members current priorities within their organisation or in working with clients.
Cultivating a wellbeing culture requires strategic and sustainable leadership. However, at a time when we’re asking our leaders to ‘dig deep’, this also requires them to prioritise and nurture their own personal wellbeing. In this blockbuster Faculty member Audrey McGibbon, Psychologist and CEO GLWS Wellbeing shares her insights into how leaders can navigate the future of work in these unprecedented times.
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.
We’re joined by special guest and Faculty member Geoff Pearman, Director, Partners in Change, a leading expert in the field of age and work. Geoff answers your questions on how to best support older employees, particularly during these uncertain times.
As we navigate this period of uncertainty, there has certainly never been a more important time to come together as a workplace wellness community. We will play a critical role both now, and into the future as workplaces renew and evolve following the COVID-19 pandemic. In this blockbuster we are joined by special guest and Faculty member Jo Kitney, Director, Kitney OHS to discuss how we can best support workplaces to transition to the ‘new normal’ from a health, safety and wellness perspective.