Workplace Psychological Injury Conference
21st November 2012
21 - 23 November, Sydney
Gain strong tools for building a resilient, happy and positive workplace culture as well as discover innovative early prevention initiatives and strategies at Tonkin's 6th annual workplace psychological injury conference.
Expert speakers include the Centre for Corporate Health's Rachel Clements, Director of Psychological Services and Tony Bradford, Managing Director.
RUOK? at Work - CFCH partners with RUOK?
15th November 2012
This year, RUOK? has partnered with the Centre for Corporate Health to assist in asking RUOK? at Work?
The quality of our relationships at work has a significant impact on our overall performance and wellbeing. Building and maintaining supportive workplace relationships is not only essential to enhancing cooperation and teamwork, but is also important for increasing both individual and organisational resilience.
Take the Australian Workplace Relationships Survey to assist us in taking a snapshot in time as to the current state of Australian workplace relationships across a wide range of industries and sectors.
National Psychology Week
11th November 2012
National Psychology Week (NPW) aims to increase public awareness about psychology, psychological issues and the role psychologists play in community wellbeing.
1st November 2012
Changing the face of men's mental health!
Workers Compensation Conference
24th October 2012
Date: 22 - 24 October 2012
Key topics this year include and examination of Australia's workers' compensation and OH&S legislation and well as how to establish a workplace culture where psychological and stress related claims do not occur.
Registration now open.
Mental Health Luncheon; Healthy Mind, Healthy Bottom Line
11th October 2012
Luncheon Date: 11 October 2012
Don’t miss your seat at the only luncheon this year to fully cover mental health in the workplace as an increasingly important risk management issue for organisations.
Experts on the panel include Rachel Clements, Director of Psychological Services at the Centre for Corporate Health.
Brought to you by Minter Ellison and Chartered Secretaries Australia.
National Mental Health Month
1st October 2012
Mental Health Month is part of a national mental health promotion campaign held in October each year and is funded by NSW Health. Its main aim is to contribute to the enhancement of the mental health of the people of NSW through increasing mental health lliteracy and promoting practices to support good mental health.
13th September 2012
A national day of action which aims to prevent suicide by encouraging Australians to connect with someone they care about and help stop little problems turning into big ones.
In 2012, the Centre for Corporate Health is acting as information partner for RUOK? at Work.
World Suicide Prevention Day
10th September 2012
World suicide prevention day is Monday 10th September 2012.
Suicide is the leading cause of death for Australians under the age of 44. Lifeline believes most suicides are preventable and we all have a role to play.
WorkCover SA Annual Conference
5th September 2012
Rachel Clements, Director of Psychological Services will present at this years conference; ‘integrate. innovate. inspire!’, combines a stimulating blend of inspirational, informative, and innovative sessions for all involved in the workers’ rehabilitation and compensation field and the broader business community.
2012 RUOK? Australian Workplace Relationships Survey Results Revealed
24th August 2012
Nearly half of Australians would rather quit than deal with workplace issues....
Announcement of RUOK?/CFCH Australian Workplace Relationships Survey Results
14th August 2012
On 14th August 2012, the results of this survey will be announced.
Subscribe to CFCH Research & Insights and to find out the latest workplace trends and findings from this comprehensive survey.
Health & Productivity Management Congress
13th August 2012
This years theme is Workplace Health - The key to high performing companies
Delegates will learn about:
engaging more employees in making healthy behaviour changes
supporting individual health improvement with an organisational culture of health
measuring the total impact of employee health on organisational performance
providing support for working caregivers to maintain their health and productivity
addressing the co-morbidities of behavioural health issues like stress, depression and sleep
what constitutes a successful health and wellbeing program
using technology to improve individual management of health issues in the work place
Lifeline's Stress Down Day
27th June 2012
Stress Down Day is a fun and easy initiative to reduce stress and raise awareness for Lifeline
Whether you choose to wear your Stress Down slippers all day, go to work in your pyjamas, or have a stress free morning tea – the choices are endless!
This year, Lifeline is encouraging everyone to take some time out from your busy lives to have fun, stress less and feel better.