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Emergence: Our stories in the next decade is the theme for a series of events and collaborations in 2020 - 2022 culminating in the next National CLCs Conference being planned for March 2023. Read more about our theme.

This year we continue to facilitate and co-design online opportunities for professional development, networking, up-skilling and strategic discussions. At the same time, we create a shared space for reflection and support so that we can process the experiences and lessons we are learning as a sector.

We invite you to join our webinar series, co-created in collaboration with our colleagues and partners across the legal assistance sector as well as other allies. Click on the webinar titles to see details and register.

Unless specified, webinars are recorded and available to members in the Members' Portal.

Please note this webinar is presented and hosted by our insurance broker Arthur J Gallagher.

Mental illness in Australia is extremely common with one in five Australians aged 16-85 experiencing a mental illness each year. Since COVID-19, contact with mental health services has increased by 42%. There has never been a more important time for businesses to build a mental health strategy for their workforce focusing on early intervention and best practice processes to manage risk.

As we get ready for R U OK? Day on Thursday 8 September, it is a reminder that every day is the day to ask ‘are you OK?’. You don’t need to be an expert to have this type of a conversation and simply listening and giving someone your time might be just what they need to help get them through.

Mental health goes beyond just one day and therefore should be a conversation that is continued and supported in the workplace.

This webinar will discuss how to build a mental health program and offer practical strategies you can use to improve your employees experience in the workplace. Hear directly from a Gallagher client about how they have implemented a mental health plan in their workplace and the initiatives that have worked for their business.

In this session you will learn:

  • How to build a mental health strategy for your workplace
  • Unpack recent changes to psychosocial risk regulations and guidance from the Safety authorities and consider how to interpret these changes to build your own bespoke workplace plan
  • Practical tips and tricks for making the most of your plan for the remainder of 2022 and beyond

Date and time: Wednesday 17 August 2022, 10:00am-11:00am (AEST)

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