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How to use data to promote safer, healthier workplaces

Mental health incidents in the workplace make up 8% of serious claims. Data on workplace stressors can help provide guidance for managing and reducing mental health risk.

October 28, 2020 | Wellbeing technology

Workplace wellbeing

What do employees expect from an EAP provider?

Employees expect EAP providers to be confidential, clear, quick to access and related to personal and professional development. EAP providers that meet these standards gain a higher uptake.

January 16, 2021 | Workplace wellbeing

Does your workplace meet the five elements of wellness?

The social, emotional, spiritual, physical and intellectual elements that make up an individuals wellbeing.

November 12, 2020 | Workplace wellbeing

Checklist: Is your EAP Provider meeting your needs?

Modern Employee Assistance Program Providers offer more strategic, long term and proactive mental health support. Reactive and outdated EAP fails to protect employees from the impact of burnout and stress on our lives.

January 22, 2019 | Workplace wellbeing

The 3 Most Desired Workplace Mental Health Resources

A recent study by HBR found 75% of Gen Zers were found to have left their roles for mental health reasons. It is clear that wellbeing strategy is not only important for engagement but also for recruitment and retention.

January 22, 2019 | Workplace wellbeing

Does your EAP improve sleep quality and fatigue

Employee Assistance Programs are often reactive, offering HR insights after a crisis has occurred. Uprise is a new EAP that supports HR to be proactive in their strategies to deal with employee stress.

January 22, 2019 | Workplace wellbeing

Faking it online: why you can’t tell if your colleague is struggling via Zoom

Only 8% of managers believe they are sufficiently ready to deal with working from home. Confidential and proactive risk assessments can help to support managers in their role.

May 14, 2020 | Workplace wellbeing

Wellbeing technology

What do employees expect from an EAP provider?

Employees expect EAP providers to be confidential, clear, quick to access and related to personal and professional development. EAP providers that meet these standards gain a higher uptake.

January 16, 2021 | Wellbeing technology

Does your workplace meet the five elements of wellness?

The social, emotional, spiritual, physical and intellectual elements that make up an individuals wellbeing.

November 12, 2020 | Wellbeing technology

How to use data to promote safer, healthier workplaces

Mental health incidents in the workplace make up 8% of serious claims. Data on workplace stressors can help provide guidance for managing and reducing mental health risk.

October 28, 2020 | Wellbeing technology

Faking it online: why you can’t tell if your colleague is struggling via Zoom

Only 8% of managers believe they are sufficiently ready to deal with working from home. Confidential and proactive risk assessments can help to support managers in their role.

May 14, 2020 | Wellbeing technology

8 Proactive Tips to Combat Employee Fatigue

On August 5-11, the Sleep Health Foundation run Sleep Awareness Week to promote a better understanding of the effects of sleep quality on our lives. Sleep quality not only affects our mood and wellbeing, but also affects our performance at work. More organisations are starting to consider and take action to improve the quality of sleep for their employees and combat fatigue. Mentally healthy workplaces are those that work proactively to prevent physical and mental fatigue. This not only reduces the number of fatigue related accidents, but also improves employee quality of life.

July 25, 2019 | Wellbeing technology

How to Improve Team Cohesion in Your Workplace

Uprise recently surveyed a group of 47 HR and WHS managers and asked about their views on mental health and EAP strategy. Those surveyed were from mostly white-collar companies with sizes ranging from 20 to as large as 35,000 employees. Learn more about some of our findings!

September 06, 2019 | Wellbeing technology

Mental health tips

Does your workplace meet the five elements of wellness?

The social, emotional, spiritual, physical and intellectual elements that make up an individuals wellbeing.

November 12, 2020 | Mental health tips

Is your companies leadership promoting employee health?

It is widely accepted that leadership sets the example for wellbeing and a mentally healthy workplace culture in an organisation. Workplace Strategies for Mental Health suggest that leaders best promote a mentally healthy workplace environment by improving on their communication, engagement and self-awareness. These strategies focus on the leader-centric methods of improving the health of an organisation. However, there are also a range of employee-centric methods that directly communicate to employees their value to the organisation in a way that promotes a positive workplace culture.

August 07, 2019 | Mental health tips

The importance of a mental safety management system

For many of us, a large portion of our life is spent at work; in fact, the average person will spend 90,000 hours at work over a lifetime. That’s 1/3 of your life. Functioning technology that reduces manual tasks and advances our day-to-day lives, is a win for all, especially in the workplace.

August 12, 2019 | Mental health tips

4 Ways Employee Assistance Programs Reduce Workplace Stigma

The way employees feel and act impacts everything from their efficiency and communication to their ability for creativity and innovation. However, business owners are often ill-equipped to manage and support the wellbeing of their staff. A recent survey found that only 17% of managers feel very confident in their ability to support colleagues experiencing mental health issues.

January 22, 2019 | Mental health tips

5 ways to make work demands mentally healthy

Work demands are an integral aspect of any workplace where many stakeholders must work together to achieve organisational goals. In certain situations, employees may experience increasing work-related stress to achieve these goals. Generally, the key goal of work pressure is to increase proactive work behaviour. Proactive work behaviour is when employees react to new problems in ways that are flexible, active and innovative.

July 23, 2019 | Mental health tips

Learn what HR Managers think is the best EAP Strategy

Uprise recently surveyed a group of 47 HR and WHS managers and asked about their views on mental health and EAP strategy. Those surveyed were from mostly white-collar companies with sizes ranging from 20 to as large as 35,000 employees. Learn more about some of our findings!

July 18, 2019 | Mental health tips

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