At any given time, up to 1 in 5 employees are likely to experience a mental health condition. Since Covid-19, contact with mental health services has increased by 42%. There has never been a more important time for businesses to build a mental health strategy for their workforce focusing on engagement, resilience, early intervention and best practice processes to manage risk.
|Venue:||Online delivery via Webex|
|Date:||Monday, 12 October 2020|
|Time:||9:00am to 12:00pm AEST|
|Cost:||$340 per participant|
For enquires, please contact Terryel Hu, Training Consultant, at email@example.com or on 0438 722 887
Please click here to register.
A month on from R U OK Day, this workshop will support you to refine your workplace mental health strategy and prioritise a mentally healthy workplace.
This 3 hour session will cover:
- The definition of ‘good’ mental health and psychological safety
- How to identify and encourage safe work practices to support mental health
- How mental health issues may manifest in the workplace – particularly in the current Covid-19 context
- Employers’ rights and obligations in respect to employees with known or suspected mental health conditions
- How to identify mental health “red flags”
- Steps to start the conversation with an employee regarding mental health
- How to start the conversation with an employee regarding mental health
- How to provide support to employees with known mental health issues
- Actions the business can take if an employee does not have capacity for work or is not meeting performance expectations, whilst minimising legal risks
This webinar will be delivered by Georgie Chapman, Partner at HR Legal and Brianna Cattanach, Principal Consultant at Gallagher Workplace Risk and provides a unique learning experience for senior executives, managers and HR professionals.
- Our seminars, webinars and workshops are for the benefit of those working in organisations who are seeking learning and development opportunities in employment law and workplace safety. As per this, we do not allow competitors to attend our seminars. HR Legal reserves the right to cancel the registration of those who may be a competitor to our organisation. Please note that if we note that your organisation offers similar services to ours we will cancel your registration.