This is a free digital tool that surveys employees. Using insights from leaders and workers, the tool will reveal how your business is performing in areas critical to workplace mental health, such as leadership and culture. It will give you recommended actions to improve your workplace, based on your results.
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Once you have completed this assessment you may wish to learn more about Work Design:

Work Design
This chapter describes the theoretical understanding of work design based on more than a century of research and clarifies the relevance of work design principles for OHS professionals. Central to the way that work design is addressed is the distinction between characteristics that act as resources for the worker or work team (e.g. autonomy, meaningfulness, task and skill variety, and social support) and characteristics that act as demands (e.g. time pressure, role conflict and emotional demands). Work design characteristics are associated with a broad range of outcomes, including outcomes related to safety, health and wellbeing.

The chapter includes practical guidance for supporting organisational efforts to improve work design: