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12 Oct 2021

Your Duty As An Employer For Staff Mental Health

Learn about why, as an employer, you owe a duty of care to your employees and their mental wellbeing.

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12 Oct 2021

5 Tips For Working Remotely

Remote working is challenging, especially when you're trying to build and maintain relationships with your coworkers. Read a few tips on how to thrive in this environment. 

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12 Oct 2021

9 Tips For Having a Korero About Mental Health

It can be hard to know where to start when having conversations about mental health. Check out this step by step guide for supporting people in distress. 

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12 Oct 2021

Switch Off From Work, a Quick Ritual for Emergency Workers

We have the power to consciously respond to different thoughts as they arise in the mind.  Creating an end of day routine signals to our brains to turn our focus to home and give ourselves permission to think about other aspects of our lives. 

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12 Oct 2021

Gratitude; whakawhetai ki a koe

Winter is an excellent opportunity to take a moment to reflect with kindness and gratitude for the work of all of those around us.

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12 Oct 2021

Why is it difficult to switch off from work?

Switching between tasks as a way of working has become a new normal. We even have a name for it, multitasking. But is this helping productivity in the workplace? 

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12 Oct 2021

The 5 Stages of Grief

As human beings, we all live and love differently, and we all have our own way to grieve. As with many things, we don't choose this - it's just how we are. It is normal and part of the human experience. It does get better.  

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12 Oct 2021

8 Physical Symptoms of Grief

As human beings, we don't choose how we grieve. Grief can be lonely, and we may experience a wide range of unwanted feelings, testing our sense of self, our connections with friends and family. But all of this is normal and part of the human experience. It does get better. Remember, it is ok to need help, and it's important to reach out, especially if you think no one can do anything to make it better. 

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