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Piloting unique digital workplace mental health tool with PwC

Blog Over the past few months, SuperFriend has been working alongside PwC Consulting Australia building and piloting a unique online workplace mental health tool. Designed to diagnose, benchmark and prioritise strengths and areas of opportunity, it is based on Australia’s largest and [...]

Piloting unique digital workplace mental health tool with PwC2021-04-22T11:05:54+10:00

How thriving is your workplace?

Blog It’s a pretty universal feeling – wanting to work in an organisation that not only values its employees and their contributions, but also prioritises their mental health and wellbeing – however reality doesn’t always match up to expectations. Our 2020 Indicators of [...]

How thriving is your workplace?2021-06-11T11:44:17+10:00

Spotlight on Gender Identity

Blog New Research into Gender Identity in the Workplace An important part of our work is our research program and we're pleased to share our latest insights that shine a spotlight on gender equality across workplace mental health. We explored [...]

Spotlight on Gender Identity2021-04-22T10:55:39+10:00

Seeking research participants: Have you accessed income support when you’ve been unable to work?

Blog Our friends at the Collaborative Partnership initiative are currently calling on people with a health condition or disability to participate in a survey developed by Monash University. Survey responses will provide a better understanding of how and when people transition between [...]

Seeking research participants: Have you accessed income support when you’ve been unable to work?2021-04-22T10:54:54+10:00

Is a good friend really worth $100,000?

Blog One of the great ironies of having amazing technology and social media at our fingertips is that we’re lonelier now [1] than ever before. In a 2018 study, the Australian Psychological Society reported that around half of us feel lonely at least [...]

Is a good friend really worth $100,000?2021-03-02T08:05:39+10:00

Say “goodbye” to conflict and “hello” to connectedness

Blog Forging connections and relationships with the people around us is an essential part of maintaining our mental health. No matter the situation, the feelings of belonging and connection, as well as having positive interactions with others are vital. But what about [...]

Say “goodbye” to conflict and “hello” to connectedness2021-02-26T12:04:33+10:00

Compassion, Community and Connection

Blog By Mark Leopold, Head of Policy And Strategic Alliances Building a bridge to effective mental health and suicide prevention. If a calamitous 2020 has shown us anything, it is the importance of compassion, community, and connection. They are the underlying foundations [...]

Compassion, Community and Connection2021-02-26T11:51:32+10:00

Mental health in the news

Blog We always celebrate mental health-related news; the more we talk about mental health and normalise it in our conversations – the better off we’ll all be! Victoria’s Royal Commission into Mental Health The Victorian Government’s Royal Commission into its Mental Health System [...]

Mental health in the news2021-03-03T15:52:11+10:00

What’s a workplace mental wellbeing audit?

Blog Connecting with others is an essential part of good mental health. Considering that we spend so much time working, building relationships and connecting with our colleagues it is vital to maintaining mental health. It’s much easier to feel in sync with our [...]

What’s a workplace mental wellbeing audit?2021-07-15T09:13:19+10:00
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