32 Tips to Start Sleeping Better: Advice From the Top Sleep Researchers

This article is originally published by Start Sleeping. How to Start Sleeping Better According to the National Sleep Foundation, 35% to 40% of adults in the U.S. have problems falling asleep or with daytime sleepiness. According to researchers at the University of Michigan, globally only a handful of nations get the recommended average of 8 hours per night. Dr. Matthew … Continue reading 32 Tips to Start Sleeping Better: Advice From the Top Sleep Researchers

How to help an employee struggling with Mental Health

This article is published at Business Business Business. If you’re sitting around a dinner table right now, there’s a high chance someone in your vicinity has a mental illness. Mental illnesses are so common that we all know someone who is suffering: one in five Australians experiences one at any given time. And while we’re … Continue reading How to help an employee struggling with Mental Health

Why Small Business Owners Struggle with Mental Health – and How to Help Them

With the recent celebration of R U Ok? Day, more and more people are taking the time to check in on the mental health of their colleagues, family and friends. As society becomes more accepting of the seriousness of mental health issues, there’s also more support out there than ever before, especially for employees: 97 … Continue reading Why Small Business Owners Struggle with Mental Health – and How to Help Them

What the Productivity Commission draft mental health report says about work

This article is authored by Girard Dorney of HRM Online and is originally published by HRM Online. From how those living with a mental illness can access better support, to how Australia can get more mentally healthy workplaces. In its new draft report on mental health, the Productivity Commission estimates that mental ill-health and suicide is costing … Continue reading What the Productivity Commission draft mental health report says about work

National Working Families Report 2019: Parents and carers need our support

This article is authored by Emma Walsh, CEO Parents At Work and is originally published by Parents at Work. Competing pressures of work and caring responsibilities are adversely impacting the health and well-being of Australian working families. Government and the business community are being called on to do more to invest in and embed family friendly … Continue reading National Working Families Report 2019: Parents and carers need our support