Workplace Mental Wellbeing Survey
The Mental Health Foundation aree are doing a survey of as many people as possible on their experiences of how work can impact on mental health and wellbeing.
Having good mental health & wellbeing at work is being recognised as a vital element for success. The Mental Health Foundation wants to provide workplaces with the tools to ensure work is safe, supportive, and strengthens mental wellbeing. That’s why we need to hear from workers across Aotearoa.
The greater number of responses they can get will give them a better understanding of mental health at work. The results – which will be broken down by region, industry, and job role – will inform our future planning.
With your help, they hope to find out:
- What causes the most stress at work for different people?
- What is the biggest impact on mental health at work?
- How common are bullying, violence, and other negative behaviours at work?
- What are workplaces doing to support mental health and wellbeing?
This survey is an opportunity to (anonymously) share what you think makes a great workplace, and to share any experiences – good or bad – that you’ve had
This information will be used to advocate for best practice, and to prioritise what changes may have the most positive impacts for workers in Aotearoa.
As you can imagine, a survey of this magnitude needs a bit of a time commitment from you (approximately 30-40 mins) but will help them (and hopefully others) to get a great picture of what is needed to make positive changes to workplaces. You don’t have to do this all in one hit, but are able to close out of it and come back at a later time to complete it. Your responses won’t be submitted until you click ‘DONE’ at the end of the survey. You can also opt in to win 1 of 5 $100 Prezi cards! The information you enter to go in the draw to win will not be linked to your responses to the survey, to ensure anonymity.
If you’ve any questions about this project or the survey, please contact [email protected]. If you would like to see some of our resources that are on offer, please visit our website.
All information gathered is confidential and will not be linked to any organisation or individual.