Mental health, addiction, domestic violence, stress, fatigue, bullying & harassment . . . there are a number of so called ‘personal issues’ that go undisclosed and therefore unaddressed in the workplace, the impact of which can be significant for our personnel and businesses.
October’s Employer series takes a closer look at the impacts, best practice and workplace approaches to these prominent issues affecting our communities health, safety and wellbeing.
Leanne McSkimming, ISR Director at New Zealand Police Discussing community issues affecting community health, safety and wellbeing of our people in Canterbury.
Andrew Shaw, Partner at Lane Neave Exploring the legal risks and obligations, privacy and ethical considerations as an employer - when dealing with employee mental health, addiction, domestic violence, stress, fatigue, bullying & harassment.
Julie Simpson, GM of People Experience and Employment Relations at The Warehouse Group Not afraid to tackle pressing social issues, The Warehouse joins us to give insight on their workplace social initiatives supporting team members experiencing ill mental health and domestic violence.
Member: $90 + GST
Non-Member: $180 + GST