Public Sector Workplace Mental Health
Prioritising mental health for a stronger public sector
The Productivity Commission’s Mental Health Inquiry Report quantified the financial cost of mental illness and suicide in Australia at $220 billion annually, putting a spotlight on mental health as an essential priority for public sector workplaces.
It’s evident that while most organisations are well versed in protecting the physical health of their employees, there’s still a lot more work to be done to genuinely improve strategies around psychological safety and wellbeing. These challenges have been further exacerbated with new and increased mental health risks and the evolution of work caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic, with increased uncertainty and the rapid shift to working from home.
Join progressive leaders, advocates, and experts at this two-day digital conference to explore best practice workplace mental health strategies. Gain practical tools and advice so you can implement and improve evidence based approaches to better support the wellbeing of employees in your organisation.
Who will attend?
Senior leaders from Federal, State & Local Government with responsibility for:
- Work Health & Safety
- Human resources
- People & Culture
- Health & Wellbeing
- Inclusion & Diversity
- Organisational Psychology
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)