As professional women and men in workplaces in Australia continue to experience increasing work pressures that seriously impact their enjoyment, participation and performance, proactive workplaces know they need to do something different…
It is also clear that the biological differences between women and men reflect gender-specific requirements when it comes to the health and wellbeing support they need from an employer.
This is why the leaders of Australia’s most forward-thinking workplaces are choosing people over profit in their pursuit of a thriving, high-performing culture.
Realising that an individual’s wellbeing is closely linked with their performance, they have introduced gender-sensitive personal and professional development for their employees.
Tailored health and wellbeing programs are a fundamental cornerstone for a workplace where both individuals and the organisation can thrive.