The WHO guidelines on mental health at work provide evidence-based recommendations to promote mental health, prevent mental health conditions, and enable people living with mental health conditions to participate and thrive in work. The recommendations cover organizational interventions, manager training and worker training, individual interventions, return to work, and gaining employment. The guidelines on mental health at work aim to improve the implementation of evidence-based interventions for mental health at work.
Australia’s largest annual survey for workplace mental health and wellbeing.
SuperFriend’s Indicators of a Thriving Workplace® survey was developed by local and global workplace mental health experts, drawing from organisational psychology best practice and validated by the University of Queensland. Each year, benchmark data is collected to measure and track the current state of workplace mental health across Australia
The research presented in this white paper focuses on workplace mental health. Work in Australia has changed dramatically over the last twenty years.
Technological innovation has led to wide scale digitisation of work, automation, and the gig economy. At the same time, Australia’s workforce has changed, with greater female participation, an older retirement age and many more people on short term or casual contracts.
The ADP Research Institute’s People at
Work 2021: A Global Workforce View provides
a starting point to understand the situation facing employees today across five dimensions of working life: worker confidence and job security; workplace conditions; pay and performance; worker mobility; and gender and family.
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