Mental Health

Why it’s more important than ever for workplaces to have staff well-being plans

A well-being plan is vital to the health and happiness of the workforce. Image: Unsplash/sol

Dougal Sutherland

Clinical Psychologist, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington

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Training managers to spot signs of languishing in people working remotely is a new but much-needed component of many well-being plans. Image: Unsplash/Eric Wang

With many workplaces moving to hybrid models of staff working partly from home, other factors affect people’s well-being. Image: Unsplash/charlesdeluvio
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