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    Ensuring your Heads Up Action Plan is working

    Oct 08, 2014
    Implementing your Heads Up Action Plan demonstrates a commitment to your employees. So it’s important to ensure that those programs you have introduced, and their outcomes, are reviewed and monitored. The review process helps identify whether the objectives have been met, and also highlights areas that may need further attention or development.
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    How important is a mentally healthy workplace to employees?

    Oct 08, 2014
    A new TNS study has revealed that Australian workplaces are not meeting the mental health needs of their employees. Of those surveyed, 21% said they had taken time off in the last 12 months due to stress, anxiety or depression. By starting a Heads Up Action Plan, business leaders can manage risks, reduce stigma and provide support to those in need – and at the same time become a better leader.
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    Younger workers are demanding a mentally healthier work environment

    Oct 07, 2014
    A recent survey by Instinct and Reason has found that when it comes to mental health in the workplace, the new generation of workers are demanding a healthier work environment, and are more likely to leave a job if it’s not.
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    Identifying areas to improve mental health in the workplace

    Oct 07, 2014
    Starting your individually-tailored Heads Up Action Plan is a major step forward in transforming your business into one which offers a mentally healthy work environment.
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    An employer's obligation to ensure equality in the workplace

    Sep 29, 2014
    Employers are legally obliged to offer equal employment opportunities to anyone with a disability – and this extends to people with a mental health condition.
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    Want to show true business leadership?

    Sep 25, 2014
    A recent PwC report found that 45% of business leaders recognise that mental health in the workplace is a problem, though 43% of them believe there are more important issues to focus on. By fostering better mental health in the workplace, both businesses and employees stand to benefit – and that is true leadership.