2020 Workplace Mental Health Symposium

Mental Health, Psychiatry & Psychology; Leadership & C-Suite

Address: Hilton Brisbane Hotel, 190 Elizabeth St, Brisbane City QLD 4000 Australia
Date: 04 to 05 Nov '20
Special Offer: Can't attend in person? E-Delgate Registration available!
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Mental ill-health is now costing Australian workplaces more than $13 billion each year. Organisations are struggling to influence positive change in workplace mental health – and it’s leaders like you who are responsible for prioritising the conversation.

With 1 in 5 people suffering from mental illness, the time for you to invest and act is now.

Get the latest tools and knowledge to improve mental health and wellbeing in your organisation at the 2020 Workplace Mental Health Symposium.

Poor mental health has a heavy impact on the working environment:

  • Disability
  • Lost productivity
  • Stress and increased absenteeism
  • Overtime to cover sick-day absences
  • Increased attrition
  • Recruitment
  • Toxic culture

  • Absenteeism cost $4.7 billion
  • Presenteeism cost $6.1 billion
  • Compensation claims $146 million

By attending the 2020 Workplace Mental Health Symposium you will discover the key challenges facing mental health and the emerging workforce.

With a selection of case studies, research findings, lived experience speakers and workshops, you’ll leave feeling empowered and inspired to influence positive change.

Important Dates
Abstracts close - Sunday 28 June 2020
Notification to authors - Thursday 18 July 2020
Author acceptance/decline due and presenter payment - Thursday 23 July 2020
Program launch - Monday 27 July 2020
Early bird closing - Friday 17 July 2020

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Mr David Burroughs

Chief Mental Health Officer, Westpac

Keynote Speaker



Hilton Brisbane Hotel

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Hilton Brisbane Hotel


Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association

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