This report looks at the potential economic and social impacts of adding an entitlement to extended unpaid carer leave to the National Employment Standards. The report concludes that other policies – especially better access to flexible work – would make a bigger difference for more carers.
This recent Australian research conducted in high-performance workplaces compared WELL and non-WELL certified spaces, with occupants in WELL certified spaces more satisfied with 20 out of 23 physical environment features. Visual privacy and access to the outdoor environment were key predictors for productivity, and layout and interior design for creativity
This report Productivity matters for Wellbeing by the NZ Productivity Commission reveals higher productivity improves overall wellbeing by being able to spend more time with family, increasing incomes and ability to produce and afford goods that underpin a healthy life, and investment in public services such as schools, hospitals and infrastructure.
Why talk about menopause at work? This webinar explores the upsides as well as the challenges for women, how menopause affects work and vice versa, what women say they want, and practical first steps for workplaces to put menopause on their agenda. Don’t miss this important conversation.
This webinar uncovers how your workplace environment can be guided by your overall corporate strategy, but more directly your health and wellness strategy, to create spaces that influence behavioral change.The discussion is supported by research touching on neuroscience, diversity thinking and evidence-based findings of recent case studies.
With 50% of working Australians reporting some form of financial stress, and one in four having trouble making ends meet, its not surprising that financial stress is a major distraction in the work force. In this webinar Paul Feeney will outline (1) the impact of financial stress in the workplace (2) how Australian organisations are supporting the financial wellbeing of their employees.
A breakfast club was identified as an effective initiative to assist in boosting the students’ ability to stay focussed and concentrate. This strategy was an effective way to fuel students’ minds to get through classes, which assisted with attendance and subsequent course completion rates. Learn how the initiative came to fruition and lessons learned along the way.
Burnside State High School have achieved Gold recognition in the Be Recognised program, which acknowledges organisations that embed health and wellbeing into their organisational systems and culture.