Mental health at work: Survey

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Mental health at work: Survey

25 Jan, 2016

We need your help to make workplaces across New Zealand more inclusive and positive for people living with mental health issues.

Our recent research with managers shows that workplaces want information and resources on how to successfully talk about mental health issues.

So, we’re working alongside the Like Minds, Like Mine campaign to produce a set of video and print resources which will:

  • Support managers to talk about mental health in the workplace.
  • Guide managers on how to have meaningful conversations about mental health issues with staff.
  • Highlight what works to create successful outcomes.

To help us create the best possible resources, we’d like your opinion on how useful you find existing tools and resources from New Zealand and abroad. To get your thoughts we want you to complete two surveys. One looks at print resources, the other at video resources.

Each survey will take approximately 15–20 minutes to complete. For each survey you complete you’ll go in the draw to WIN a $100 Westfield voucher.

Surveys close on 29 February 2016. You can access the print survey here and the video survey here.

If you would like to know more about this survey or the project, please contact Lisa Ducat: lisa.ducat@mentalhealth.org.nz

Thanks for taking the time to participate.

 

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