Workplace & Employee Wellbeing

Employee Wellbeing Consulting & Programs

Employee Wellbeing & Mental Health is a key driver of successful business outcomes. Healthy workers are productive workers. There are a number of practical and valuable actions that an organisation can take to help prevent mental health problems and increase the resilience, wellbeing and health of their workforce.

Other than the obvious benefits to people and productivity, the Return on Investment (ROI) for effectively designed and delivered workplace wellness programs is $2.3 (or greater) for every dollar spent.

Workplace Wellbeing Consulting

This is where the team at Yes Psychology can support your organisation. We can design programs specifically tailored to the needs of your business that help to support and develop the mental health, resilience and wellbeing of your teams.

Our employee wellbeing consulting services and workplace wellbeing and resilience training programs deliver positive change.

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Wellbeing And Resilience Training Services

From training for onsite workers to delivering support programs for remote workers, we can tailor a range of services to any organisation including:

  • Support for remote workforces impacted by COVID-19
  • Assessment of workforce wellbeing and mental health (profiling)
  • Onsite group and team resilience support programs
  • Workplace Wellbeing Programs - Design for Return on Investment
  • Resilience training programs
  • Mindfulness training
  • Tactical Composure training for resilience, wellbeing, focus and productivity
  • Mentally Healthy Workplaces - Mental Health and Wellbeing Programs
  • The WELLbeing Leadership Program - Leading Mental Health Culture at Work
  • Peer Support Programs

Benefits Of Employee Wellbeing Consulting

Increased employee wellbeing

Productivity and performance

Employee attraction and retention

Employee satisfaction and engagement

Early intervention and supportive culture

Reduced cost of absenteeism and claims

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