How to have open conversations on workplace wellbeing this R U OK? Day – Business Victoria

September 18, 2022
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Businesses are encouraged to get involved in R U OK? Day with new resources to prioritise wellbeing and promote open conversations about mental health at work.
Supporting the mental health and wellbeing of employees has many benefits, including:
The R U OK? organisation has released new resources, including a Workplace Champions Guide. The guide encourages business leaders, owners and employees to build a safe and supportive culture in their workplace.
Make a point to check in with your workmates and employees this R U OK? Day.
The R U OK? Work page has resources for a range of industries, including:
While R U OK? Day is 8 September, ‘are you okay?’ is a question we should be asking each other year-round. For ideas on how to inspire conversations about mental wellbeing at work, check out our Headway small business wellbeing initiative and the R U OK? website.
Operating a business is both rewarding and challenging. Some easy ways to take care of your mental health are:

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