Case Study: CommArc
Happy staff stay, says IT boss
Happy staff stay, says IT boss
Pepa Stationery owner Ami Muir is helping to put a little good back into the world.
There are huge benefits to creating a workplace culture where it’s OK to talk about mental health.
Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce (CECC) chief executive Leeann Watson says strong businesses build strong communities.
Weekly activities, including walking and running groups, football and mindfulness meditation have proven beneficial for staff and students.
The variety of health and wellbeing initiatives on offer have helped create a supportive work environment.
When leadership works, a workplace thrives.
We've looked at what employers and organisations can do to create a mentally healthy workplace.
Being a good listener is a great skill to have - at home and at work
Conflict in the workplace can be hard to avoid.
Who is on a team matters much, much less than how a team interacts.
Check out all the support, training and resources available
They’re donating blood, learning new skills and giving back to the community all in the name of workplace wellbeing.
For Craig Freeman, honing in on workplace wellbeing is now done by way of “common sense stuff”.
A philosophy of respect is bolstering workplace wellbeing and driving business for a commercial laundry service in Canterbury.
“A lot of it is understanding that people do have their own issues in life and things that can affect their mental wellbeing. It’s about walking in their shoes and actually understanding what they are dealing with on a day-to-day basis.”
Health and wellbeing is an intrinsic part of the culture at this Canterbury social enterprise.
Working from home may sound like fun, but it can make for a pretty lonely existence, says a Canterbury consultant.
Getting your fix of work, love and play
Bringing your workday stresses home? Here’s how to leave them at your front door.
Small breaks away from technology can have big benefits - at home and at work
Tips on how to ‘do’ mindfulness in the workplace
Small acts of kindness can make a big difference in the workplace
Feeling blah at work? Try these five simple actions
The Five Ways to Wellbeing at Work Toolkit (developed by the Mental Health Foundation and Health Promotion Agency) supports New Zealand workplaces and their people to flourish.
From increased productivity to happier staff, there’s heaps of reasons for workplaces to invest in wellbeing.
Is work good for your mental health?
There’s a saying in business, “What gets measured, gets done.”
Discover your strengths and the benefits of putting them to use!
“Be the employer that you would want to work for."
We all have mental health and there are simple things we can do to look after it.
Knowing and using our strengths has been found to improve our ability to build productive relationships and manage stress.
Our gift generator generates wallet free ideas to help share a little kindness in the workplace! Taking the extra effort to be kind can make us feel happier, improve mood and reduce anxiety, and even increase your energy levels
Tailor make a poster showing all the great spots within walking distance of your workplace! Walking is a great way to give yourself a mood boost – especially as winter sets in.
What makes each person in your team feel All Right? Say it all on a poster! Knowing what makes each other feel good can support your team to learn more about who we all are outside of work.
Taken the hidden strengths test? Now share all of your strengths with each other on a poster
Head to our resources page to order resources for your workplace - posters, badges, and more!
Focusing on our breathing is a very helpful and basic practice for becoming more mindful. Combining it with some simple actions makes it even better.
The All Right? App sends you daily mini missions to remind you to do the simple things that make a difference to your wellbeing.
This toolbox offers articles, tips and tools for surviving the ups and downs while helping your kids to stay calm, manage worries and feel good.
All Right? has developed a range of resources for the workplace
Just a few minutes of quality downtime can boost our energy, focus, creativity, productivity and happiness.
The Mental Health Foundation’s Working Well Guide, workshops and resources provide organisations with the know-how to create a culture that enhances and protects people’s mental health.