Failing to manage the risks associated with workplace stress can have a massive impact on employees and businesses, from lengthy absences to workers compensation claims.
The general impacts of workplace stress on employees include: lengthy absences from the workplace, persisting personal illnesses and lengthy periods of incapacity.
The impacts on employers extend beyond the mere cost of workers compensation claims and include high rates of staff turnover and drops in productivity. Businesses must be actively managing this risk in the workplace.
Learn more about workplace stress and your employer obligations
Join Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors
Managing Director, Joe Murphy and Associate Director, Louise Hogg in this free webinar on workplace stress and employer obligations.
Joe and Louise will discuss best practice techniques to identify signs and symptoms of workplace stress and what your role is as an employer in supporting staff.
This webinar will cover:
- common stressors
- what to do if you suspect someone is suffering from burn-out
- developing a mental health care plan
- importance of having a back to work plan.
Understanding your duty of care as an employer is critical and effectively implementing these strategies will help not only your staff but your productivity, profitability and organisational culture.
Tuesday 13 August, 2019
midday to 1pm
online – join on your computer
Register: click here and register today