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A global study found that when well-being is actively promoted in the workplace, employees are 2.5 times more likely to view their organisation as a best performer than as a below average performer.

World Economic Forum (2010). The wellness imperative: Creating more effective organizations.

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In a review of case studies, PwC UK found that 8 organisations reported an improvement in their external reputation, which was in turn attributed to improved attraction and retention.

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Being known as a workplace that promotes positive mental health and well-being can increase staff morale and engagement.

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Being known as a workplace that promotes positive mental health and well-being can assist in recruiting and retaining the best and brightest people.

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Being known as a workplace that promotes positive mental health and well-being can make you an employer of choice.

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91% of surveyed Australian employees believe that mental health in the workplace is important (88% believe physical safety is important). Despite this, only 52% of employees believe their workplace is mentally healthy.