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In a review of organisational case studies, PwC UK found that well-being interventions were associated with reduced accident and injury rates in 16 cases. The average reduction was around 50%.

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Costs associated with not addressing psychological health and safety in the workplace can include costs and time related to: stress-related illnesses, absenteeism, presenteeism, turnover, short- and long-term disability, benefit utilisation rates, workers’ compensation claims, return to work and accommodation, employee and family assistance plan use, workplace grievances, workplace conflict, health and safety infractions, human rights violations, and adverse events.

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Economic analyses consistently show that mental health conditions are costing Australian businesses between $11 and $12 billion each year (through absenteeism, reduced work performance, increased turnover rates, and compensation claims.