The role of workplace inclusion on employee mental health

Staying Well in the Law
Dr Rose D’Almada-Remedios
Research Manager, Diversity Council Australia


As a part of their Inclusion@Work Index research series, Diversity Council Australia (DCA) explored the role of workplace inclusion in ensuring work has a positive impact on employee mental health.

The research aim was to understand employee experiences of mental health at work, why mental health is such a critical issue for Australian organisations, and how workplace inclusion and exclusion can affect mental health.

The session will review key findings of DCA's research to explore:

  • What employees told us about mental health at work
  • inclusion, exclusion and the impact of work on mental health 
  • inclusion-based steps to make work a force for good mental health. DCA's

Hear from the research Manager, Dr Rose D'Almada-Remedios, as she outlines the research findings, followed by a Q+A discussion with Rose and DCA Research Director, Dr Jane O'Leary. 


Dr Rose D’Almada-Remedios, Research Manager, Diversity Council Australia

Dr Rose D’Almada-RemediosRead Bio
Research Manager
Diversity Council Australia

Joanne van der Plaat | Read Bio
The Law Society of New South Wales

Webcast details

Recorded on: Thursday 24 November 2022
Format: On-demand webcast
CPD: 1 unit, self-allocated
Cost: Members – Complimentary
Non-Members – $29 (incl. GST)
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