LIVE WEBINAR
COVID-19 + MENTAL WELLBEING - An opportunity for healthier, more inclusive and productive organisation    
Thursday, 2 July -  2.30 PM Sydney  | 12.30 PM Singapore
COVID-19 has exasperated many stressors that affect employee wellbeing – and created some new ones. Factors such as family obligations, information overload, breaks from routine, health anxiety, and lack of a local support network have added to baseline levels of stress. For many who fall under categories of vulnerable health groups (or those caring for vulnerable people), they are also looking for reassurance that their organisation has increased health measures before returning to the office or overseas. 


Very rarely is there a simple, one-size-fits-all answer to supporting physical and mental health. While this can make it challenging for organisations to support wellbeing, there are tools available to support tailored solutions within your policies. Join our medical experts and guest speaker, Dr Rachel Lewis, Registered Occupational Psychologist and Director at Affinity Health at Work, as they discuss how your organisation can support the mental wellbeing of your employees during COVID-19.

Join our medical experts and guest speaker, Dr Rachel Lewis, Registered Occupational Psychologist and Director at Affinity Health at Work, as they discuss how your organisation can support the mental wellbeing of your employees during COVID-19.
Complete this weeks' short survey on mental wellbeing challenges and be part of the discussion
Be sure to submit your questions when registering. Our speakers will answer as many as they can in the remaining time at the end of the webinar.
SPEAKERS:
Dr. Doug Quarry – Group Medical Director, Medical Intelligence
Dr. Rachel Lewis – Registered Occupational Psychologist, Affinity Health at Work
Jessica Beatson – Director, Risk Services
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