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SuperFriend advocates for, equips & empowers profit-to-member superannuation funds & insurers to achieve mentally healthy workplaces for their staff & members.
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SuperFriend Feb 17
The Australian bushfires will have long-lasting mental health effects, beyond the buhfire season. Please get in touch with the dedicated Bushfire Recovery Line on 13 43 57 for support.
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Lifeline Feb 4
The Federal Government's announcement of a permanent independent commissioner to investigate veteran suicide is a positive step to reduce suicide rates among those who have dedicated their lives in service. If you, or someone you know needs support, please call Lifeline 13 11 14
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SuperFriend Jan 30
We're on the lookout for 2 Solutions Managers to join our Melbourne team, to build relationships with Superannuation Partners and workplaces, and develop and deliver evidence-based workplace mental health solutions. Find out more ⬇️
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SuperFriend Jan 29
Suicide will no longer be treated only as a mental illness and prevention will shift away from doctors, psychiatrists and hospitals into community programs, with today announcing $64 million in funding for five key suicide prevention measures.
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SuperFriend Jan 27
Are you looking for your next marketing role at a growing, for-purpose organisation? SuperFriend are looking for a Partner Marketing Communications Consultant, based in either Sydney or Melbourne. Find out more:
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Greg Hunt Jan 13
If you’re not feeling emotionally and mentally well as a result of the bushfires, please reach out. Face-to-face or tele-health support can be sort by calling 180 22 66. Let’s continue to look out for each other.
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National Mental Health Commission Jan 11
Today the Government announced a $76 million investment to support the and wellbeing of individuals, families and communities, including first responders, who have been affected by the . Find out more here 👉
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SuperFriend Jan 9
As bushfires continue to devastate our beautiful country, we extend our thoughts and deepest sympathies to all Australians who have been affected. There are numerous people and services out there to help. We've shared some support information here:
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SuperFriend Jan 8
Another way to help those affected by bushfires - spend your💲 with the people and communities who need your support right now. @spendwiththem on Instagram showcases some of incredible small businesses in bushfire affected areas!
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Lifeline Jan 2
If you’ve been affected by the devastating bush fires and need support, please reach out to us. We are here to offer support 24/7 on 13 11 14. You are not alone. Relief resources also available at
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Marc Bryant Dec 31
Media covering the - many viewers may find continued media coverage and social media posts distressing, especially those in fire hit areas Sharing online support services will enable those to reach out when needing to talked to trauma informed experts Numbers👇
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SuperFriend Dec 17
We've had a big year of change and we’re now positioned to work with our Partners to co-create innovative solutions to enhance the mental health of their staff & members in an agile, customer-led way. See the year’s top highlights in our annual report📖
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SuperFriend Dec 16
"Employee wellbeing has been an area of increased focus for businesses in 2019... a new study released by found that half of all Australian workers have experienced a mental illness"
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SuperFriend Dec 12
Proud to share our FY18-19 Annual Report! 📖 Check it out here:
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SuperFriend Dec 9
Whistleblowing and wellbeing panel discussion this morning with and , discussing the things we can do to improve workplace wellbeing. It can be as simple as saying 'hello' and 'good morning' to colleagues to get started!
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Benjamin Law 羅旭能 Dec 3
Worried about someone's mental health? You don't need to be an expert to help. Here's with warning signs and how about suicide: 13 11 14 1300 26 4636 1800 55 1800
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Lucinda Brogden Dec 2
An important morning for workshop led by - to discuss the application of the paper - Imagine a World Without Suicide- with
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Marc Bryant Dec 2
Educating business and workplaces - John Brogden: Workplace performance and mental health issue, workplaces tend to go to discipline - when opportunity for better support and leave to increase productivity instead of being managed out Leadership training ✅
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ABEN Australasian Business Ethics Network Nov 26
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Eóin Killackey Nov 25
workplaces cannot escape their responsibility to be mentally healthy environments. Resilience training is not sufficient.
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