Exploring innovation and strategy to achieve progress and advance mental health and wellbeing in the workplace

Having a mentally healthy, happy and engaged workforce is good for business, and supporting the physical and psychological wellbeing of employees has shifted from a ‘nice to have’ to a business imperative. With increased awareness of the benefits associated with a healthy workplace, organisations are now moving beyond yoga and fruit bowls and taking a more holistic, proactive and practical approach towards workplace health and wellbeing. 
Do you want to know what Australia’s leading employers are doing to boost employee health, wellbeing and productivity?  
Are you interested to hear from programme leaders on the implementation process and leverage practical strategies to combat challenges? 
The second edition of our health and wellbeing series, the Workplace Health & Wellbeing Australia builds on the success of 2016 (see our testimonials page to find out what our past attendees are saying) and will take a holistic approach towards wellbeing and explore how leading organisations have implemented their health and wellbeing programmes to great effect. Providing you with an understanding of the practicalities of building a healthy workplace, the summit will give you the opportunity to benchmark your initiatives, challenge pre-conceptions and enhance your ability to deliver effective change and better outcomes.
As a delegate, you will also get free subscription to the Employment Law Matters online platform featuring exclusive interviews, case studies, law firm articles and the latest industry news on topics including workplace health and safety, workplace relations, industrial relations, employee relations, legislations and rulings, dismissals, and discrimination, amongst many others.  


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Why this is the ONLY health and wellbeing summit you need to attend in 2017:

  1. Encompassing over 27 practitioners across 13 case studies and 3-panel sessions, join Australia’s Employers of Choice as they make the business case for workplace wellbeing and discover how you can do the same with existing resources
  2. Explore the latest health and wellbeing initiatives from leading companies like SafeWork NSW, WorkSafe Victoria, KPMG, Google, Coca-Cola, American Express, Suncorp, Aurecon, Westpac, Telstra and QBE Insurance and develop your own evidence-based wellness programmes 
  3. Participate in 3 interactive roundtable sessions and engage in lively, honest, insightful debates on breaking down the silos to increase inter-departmental collaboration, reducing stigma of workplace mental health, and responding to early stress indicators effectively 


All professionals responsible for implementing workplace/employee health and wellbeing strategies in their organisations:

  • Work, health and safety 
  • Wellbeing / Wellness
  • Occupational Health and Safety 
  • Rehabilitation
  • Injury Management
  • Return to work

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