Is your organisation experiencing high rates of attrition and turnover among senior leaders?
Are high rates of absenteeism and presenteeism affecting work productivity?
Are you noticing declines in performance that are affecting your bottom line?
Perhaps these results are creeping into your key business metrics?
With the introduction of the amended Work Health and Safety Act in April 2023 to include psychosocial hazards, it’s more important than ever to be proactive in ensuring that work remains a healthy and productive part of life.
Research from 2021-22 shows that the average duration of leave for employees with a psychological injury was 25 weeks. Furthermore, there was an 18% increase in the last 3 years from 2018-19 in Comcare claims related to work demands.
This places a substantial economic burden on organisations, without any guarantee that the employee will return at full capacity, full performance capability – or return at all.
The benefits of ensuring your workplace supports employee wellbeing, is both good for business and for people:
Creating a healthy work environment that both supports employee wellbeing and enables work performance, requires a multi-layered approach. Through education, coaching and consulting, I offer multiple levels of support that provide a comprehensive solution to preventing burnout in your most valuable employees, reducing the economic cost of poor wellbeing, and creating a healthier work environment.