Poor Mental Health is
$10,000 per employee with Depression
One in ten employees will experience Depression every 12 months. For every ten employees, the cost of Depression to an organisation paying an average salary of $20.00 per hour is just over $10,000 a year.
2 x Psychological injury claims and increased premiums
In the 2018 financial year, the cost of individual workers’ compensation claims ranged from $1389 to $2687. This cost doesn’t take into account either the high human cost nor the strain on company resources.
50% productivity lost
A recent WHO-led study estimates that depression and anxiety disorders cost the global economy US$ 1 trillion each year in lost productivity.
4 days per month in absenteeism
Research done by the U.S. Department of Labour in 2015 predicted that the percent of a company’s staff absent daily was at least 3 percent.
“Mental Health and Resilience training is your Insurance Policy. Workplace Mental Health is Business Wealth”
CEO – Workplace Mental Health Institute
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Get A Better ROI
Our programs return up to $110,000 for every $10,000 invested
Organisations we work with have seen:
- absenteeism down by 33%
- up to 50% less psychological injury claims
- employees with mental health problems reduced by up to 79%
- wellbeing up by at least 57%
You can stop the leak, and build a strong productive team more easily than you think. You just need the right support.
“Take care of your employee’s mental health. It’s a high priority. You’re going to get better performance. Everybody knows that”
Apple Co-Founder as told to Peter Diaz CEO, Workplace Mental Health Institute
We know mental health so well, we wrote the essential guide for managers
Mental Wealth reveals an approach to workplace mental health and wellbeing that is proven to actually get results.
Despite having a massive impact on the productivity, profitability, and culture of organisations, there is very little guidance currently provided to managers and leaders on how to manage workplace mental health and wellbeing effectively. What does exist often focuses on the legal aspects of minimising risk and misses the psychology of workplace mental health and high performance and ends up creating risk for workplaces.
“It’s so important what you are doing. Because if someone is burnt out, how are they going to address a big challenge that comes their way at work?”
Former Director of Marketing, Facebook as told to Peter Diaz, CEO, Workplace Mental Health Institute
“The Workplace Mental Health Institute leads the fight to help individuals and organisations tackle this complex problem with proven, effective plans and strategies.”
Wall Street Journal, USA Today & International Best Selling Author of The Bezos Letters
Authority on Risk & Growth
By major national and global organisations
“This is the second time we’ve had a session from the Workplace Mental Health Institute and it definitely won’t be the last. Such an engaging and entertaining presenter, you walk away with a greater sense of your own wellbeing and the tools to help you deal with bumps in the road. We’ve had such wonderful feedback from our team, including that they felt extremely valued as an employees”
A Thriving Workplace Culture Is No Accident
Wellbeing happens by design. In organisations where a culture of wellbeing thrives, invariably there’s someone leading and directing the culture of that workplace so that it is one of positive mental health and wellbeing. The good news is that there’s a science to mental health and wellbeing and we know how to make it happen! And that there are measurable core competencies.
Are you prepared? When would now be a good time to start? SMART workplaces are healthy and wealthy workplaces.