Workplace wellness

  • How engaged are your employees?

    New research has found that only 16 per cent of employees feel completely informed about their employer’s corporate mission and only 22 per cent feel completely informed about the values of the organisation they work for.
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    Avoiding loneliness in the digital age

    Loneliness is a growing problem in our modern world, despite the prevalence of digital technologies that allow us to stay in regular contact.
  • Working in a dimly-lit office makes us 30% dumber

    Spending too much time in dimly lit rooms and offices may actually change the brain's structure and hurt one's ability to remember and learn, according to groundbreaking research by a team of neuroscientists.
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    Does your business have a wellness program?

    SuperFriend CEO Margo Lydon explains why Australian businesses eager to introduce a workplace wellness program need to think beyond HR.
  • We can't turn a blind eye to workplace harassment

    Research by Safe Work Australia indicates that victims of harassment experience higher levels of emotional exhaustion, psychological distress and depression. They also incur lower levels of job satisfaction and work engagement and a greater desire to leave.
  • Don't underestimate the value of one-on-one meetings

    One of the largest contributors to mental health problems in the workplace is stress. Approximately 33 per cent of work-related mental disorders reported in Australia are caused by workplace stress, at a cost of $14 billion to the economy.