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Digging deep at work for mental health

WELLNESS@WORK: A Perth-based researcher is investigating what the workplace can do to create positive mental health outcomes.

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Special Report

Wellness@Work

Wellness@Work

01 October 2019

What does it mean to live well at work? Is it an apple in the kitchen, a yoga session at lunch or an office fitted out with a gym?

Companies step up to culture of wellness

Companies step up to culture of wellness 

WELLNESS@WORK: The economic impact of healthier workers is well established; now some of WA’s most successful wellbeing programs want to achieve more, by promoting a culture of wellness at work.

Managing happiness En Masse

Managing happiness En Masse 

WELLNESS@WORK: Mark Dean and his team of behaviour-change consultants are focused on improving wellbeing, workplace culture and productivity.

Healthcare outreach prioritises patients

Healthcare outreach prioritises patients 

WELLNESS@WORK: The ability to problem-solve and ensure an ongoing level of quality service are factors behind the growth of chemo@home.

Digging deep at work for mental health

Digging deep at work for mental health

WELLNESS@WORK: A Perth-based researcher is investigating what the workplace can do to create positive mental health outcomes.

Healthier workers on the move

Healthier workers on the move 

WELLNESS@WORK: Healthier Workplaces WA is helping workers across the state get up and stay in shape.

Workplace diversity delivers healthy outcomes for all

Workplace diversity delivers healthy outcomes for all 

WELLNESS@WORK: More workplaces need to step up to the plate in terms of women in leadership roles and workplace culture.