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Workplace flexibility

Implement flexible working arrangements for leaders and employees to maximise the opportunities and benefits that flexibility brings.

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Lifelong Learning

Continuous, lifelong learning will future proof the workforce and help people retain relevancy in the future world of work.

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Promoting physical health

The Healthy workers initiative provides guidance on five key aspects of good health at work- Eat Well, Move More, maintain a Healthy Weight, be Smoke-free and reduce consumption of Alcohol.

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Fatigue management

Understand the factors that contribute to workplace fatigue and their interaction with the way work is designed, including how these can be improved to address and reduce the risk of fatigue.

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High Quality Connections

Connections formed in the workplace, by virtue of the amount of time spent there, help to accomplish the work of organisations and help individuals to Thrive.

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Removing barriers to support

Information on workplace support programs to assist people experiencing mental health concerns should be promoted, leaders aware how to use them and employees able to access them.

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Strengths-Based Development

Strategies that allow employees to use their natural talents to become strengths have the potential to greatly improve productivity.

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Employee mental health education

Employees’ ability to recognise and assist with mental health conditions (both their own and their peers’) can be improved by mental health training and education.

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Leader mental health education

People leaders in a workplace need to understand their pivotal role in looking out for their team’s wellbeing – training can help them to do this.

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Monitoring mental health

It’s important to keep mental health topics at the forefront and regularly refresh employee knowledge and skills in raising mental health issues.

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Stigma reduction

For any stigma to be reduced requires continual discussion. Workplaces play a key role in reducing the stigma around mental health.

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Stress management for leaders

Work-related stress is a leading cause of work-related mental ill health, and there are both individual and organisational factors that can prevent and reduce it.