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Work design
makes life better.

Thrive at Work is a world-first
well-being initiative centred on designing work that helps employees, organisations and industry to thrive.

Led by the Future of Work Institute at Curtin University, Thrive at Work has been developed with leading mental health bodies – for and with, businesses.

Thrive at Work in Mining Masterclass series

As a part of the State Government’s Mental Awareness, Respect and Safety (MARS) Program, the Future of Work Institute is developing a Thrive at Work in Mining Masterclass series for the mining industry to support companies at various stages of their journey towards building a mentally healthy workplace.

Elements of the Thrive at Work journey

Services we offer

There are many benefits to connecting with our experienced team of Researchers and Practitioners at the Future of Work Institute. We offer a range of services to help your organisation thrive, including customisable surveys on work design, upskilling training, solutions based workshops, and focus groups.

Flexible Work Resources

Funded by the Western Australian State Government, this project aims to provide evidence-based and practical resources that inform and enhance the experience of flexible working. The resources provide strategies for workers, teams, and managers to maximise the benefits and reduce the risks of flexible work, and thereby help to support businesses, government, and not-for-profit agencies.

It makes business sense

Use some statistics to help quantify the impact thriving employees could have on your business. Demonstrate to your organisation the opportunities presented by focusing on workplace well-being. These opportunities include financial returns, increased productivity and engagement, decreased turnover and absence, compliance with legislation, enhanced reputation, and employees who thrive in all domains of their lives.


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Thrive at Work Partners

Government of Western Australia - Mental Health Commission logo

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