Episode 25: Managing psychosocial risk at work

Addressing psychosocial risk factors is an important part of creating a robust wellbeing strategy.  It can be the difference between a wellbeing program that takes a bandaid approach and a wellbeing strategy that gets to the heart of workplace wellbeing issues.

So has the pandemic changed psychosocial risk factors, and what can organisations to do identify and mitigate these risks?

Joining us to explore this important topic is Professor Bevan Catley from Massey University. Drawing on the extensive New Zealand Barometer research and other new research works, Bevan takes us on a journey to better understand the topic and the top issues.
He also provides tips for wellbeing managers to better support employees now and in the future.

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