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 Recorded Webinar: Managing Mental Health and Workplace Stress: A Practical Guide for NFPs


25th September 2019
Duration:  approx. 1 hour

You've spoken and we've listened. From 1/8/19 we've structured most of our webinars to run for one hour - the ideal length for staff training sessions.
Stress claims and mental health issues amongst employees can arise in any workplace, but mental health concerns can be particularly acute in the not for profit sector. This session gives practical guidance on how to manage mental health and wellbeing in your organization, including:

  • The responsibility to protect employees from workplace stress under WHS legislation

  • Facilitating conversations about stress and mental health issues in your organization

  • Implementing appropriate workplace policies and wellbeing strategies

  • How to make suitable reasonable adjustments for employees experiencing a mental health condition

  • Psychiatric injury and liability issues for employers

  • Spotlight on common workplace scenarios:

  • Excessive workload

  • Difficult clients or confronting situations involved with client care

  • Mishandled disciplinary procedures

  • Bullying

  • Traumatic events at work

  • Failings of management and governance

Recorded Webinars,Charities and NFPs,Recorded Webinar:  Managing Mental Health and Workplace Stress: A Practical Guide for NFPs

Belinda Winter, Partner, Cooper Grace Ward, Brisbane

Belinda is a partner in the workplace relations and safety team of Cooper Grace Ward specialising in employment, industrial relations, discrimination and safety law.

Belinda provides strategic advice to employers about various matters including restructures, enforcing restraints of trade, managing long term ill and injured employees, employee misconduct, poor performance and effecting termination of employment. She also provides assistance to clients in managing industrial issues such as enterprise bargaining, right of entry and industrial action.

Her work includes advising employers on policies and procedures to create strong cultures and safe workplaces. Where allegations of misconduct arise, including claims of discrimination, bullying or harassment, Belinda advises employers on their response to these claims and any disciplinary action required.

Belinda is experienced in conducting complex workplace investigations in response to safety related incidents, as well as providing advice to clients about safety compliance matters.

She is a sought-after speaker at professional conferences and a regular contributor to legal journals and publications specialising in employment law.

Recognised as a leading lawyer by clients, peers and the wider market, Belinda has been listed in Best Lawyers Australia for Labour and Employment every year since 2013.


This webinar is suitable for executives working for not for profits and charities – Australia wide. This webinar is for practitioners with some knowledge in this area and looking to improve their knowledge.

If you need assistance or have an enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact our Webinar Coordinator, Lisa Tran on (03) 8601 7709 or email: lisa@tved.net.au

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Product Code: WBVSEP19
 Price:  $264.00 (Inclusive of GST)
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