2018 Indicators of a Thriving Workplace

2018 Indicators of a Thriving Workplace Survey

The 2018 Indicators of a Thriving Workplace Survey provides a snapshot of the state of workplace mental health and wellbeing in Australia against a desired state across the five essential domains of leadership, connectedness, policy, capability and culture.

The report surveyed over 5,000 Australian workers across different industries, businesses sizes and work roles, against 40 scientifically-validated characteristics that indicate that a workplace is thriving. Alongside the results, you will also find evidence-based strategies to take action in the priority areas for your workplace.

Previous editions of Indicators of a Thriving Workplace:
2017 Indicators of a Thriving Workplace
2016 Indicators of a Thriving Workplace (formerly known as Work in Progress Survey)
2015 Indicators of a Thriving Workplace (formerly known as Work in Progress Survey)

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Workplace mental health through the gender lens

Our national mental health and wellbeing survey, Indicators of a Thriving Workplace, found that working Australian women are more likely to experience bullying, workplace-related insomnia and lack of flexible working arrangements than their male colleagues. We also discovered that they’re much more likely to feel valued when their workplace takes positive steps towards improving mental health and wellbeing for workers. What else did we find? Download the ITW Gender Profile Report 2018 for more.

Watch this space for more profile reports soon, including Retail, and Construction—all highlighting the unique experiences of worker mental health in these industries.

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Financial and insurance services industry findings

Our deep dive into workplace mental health and wellbeing within the financial and insurance service industry found that workers in this sector are experiencing high levels of stress, and are less engaged with their work than the average Australian worker. In the wake of the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry, it’s not surprising that mental health awareness and prevention here is very much a work in progress.

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2018 Indicators of a Thriving Workplace - Webinar

Presented by SuperFriend’s Insights Strategist, Dr Nerida Joss, this webinar presents the key findings from the 2018 Indicators of a Thriving Workplace Survey and the trends we are observing across Australia. The webinar also provides practical, evidence-based strategies to improve workplace mental health.

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