Your workforce can be harmonious
||Restore harmony, maintain productivity
Workforce Mental Health provides
- Organisational development – analysis of how problems are being manifested across the workforce, identification of flow-on effects of
mental health problems, determination of best interventions which could
include: delivery of workshops, individual support, advice on management
systems and styles, organisation design, job design/redesign etc.
- Disability awareness training – to show employees how to work in harmony
with those with psychiatric disability
- No fuss return-to-work facilitation
- Advice on managing employees with a mental illness – discover their
Has a member of your
workforce come down with depression or anxiety?
Have you hired a person with
a psychiatric disability through the Job Network and need more specific
Are your other staff coping
with someone with stress, anxiety, depression or returning to work from
Has conflict between workers
led to WorkCover claims?
The principal, Madeleine Kelly Graley, has extensive
experience in human resources management, adult education, community
development, business innovation and WorkCover return-to-work
management. She is also an experienced Job Network staffer.
Madeleine combines a career
as a consultant, writer and educator with managing her own bipolar
We have a team of associates
in occupational health and safety and psychology to call on when needed.
|Contact Workforce Mental Health on 03 5664 7325 or by email.
Last modified 15 August 2010
This page was written and published by
Madeleine Kelly, a bipolar sufferer who underwent undergraduate medical
training (University of Melbourne) and who is the author of Bipolar and
the Art of Roller-coaster Riding.
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