RU Still OK? Building a Mental Health Strategy for Your Workplace
Published 15 October 2021
A month on from World Mental Health Day and RUOK? Day, join Gallagher’s Workplace Risk team to continue the mental health conversation and practically explore what you should consider when building an effective and thriving mental health strategy for your workplace.
Poor mental health costs Australian businesses over $10.9 billion each year and significantly impacts culture, reduces productivity, impairs safety and leads to turnover.
The good news…. organisations that take a proactive and preventative approach to workplace mental health are able to create environments that are safe, resilient and equipped to support the impacts of poor mental health which will affect one in five team members every year. Plus, every dollar spent on proactively addressing mental health in the workplace has been shown to equate to a direct return on investment of 230%.
Reasons to attend this webinar
Learn strategies and tools for identifying risk to psychological safety
Using a real-life case study, explore practical and effective interventions for psychological safety
Understand the importance of people management capability in the mental health space
Hear the Gallagher story of upskilling our people and achieving recognition as a Mental Health Skilled Workplace
Explore structures and supports to address the impacts of poor mental health in your people and mitigate the risk of costly claims
Listen to an Occupational Therapist's case study for offering effective workplace early intervention in the mental health space.
We will ensure you come away from the session with clear and achievable ideas for enhancing the mental health focus and strategy at your workplace.
Gallagher provides insurance, risk management and benefits consulting services for clients in response to both known and unknown risk exposures. When providing analysis and recommendations regarding potential insurance coverage, potential claims and/or operational strategy in response to national emergencies (including health crises), we do so from an insurance and/or risk management perspective.