NZBusiness and Management

Moving from ‘she’ll be right’ to ‘IS SHE/HE OKAY?’

The concept of workplace well-being has been around for decades, although it’s not until recent years that it’s started to truly pick up momentum.

Depending on who you ask, well-being encompasses anything and everything from health and safety standards, yoga classes, smoothie bars, mindfulness practices and the provision of mental health days.

For any Kiwi employer, the most stringent health and safety standards should be a given, but when you consider that New Zealand’s suicide statistics have just reached a new record high,

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