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Taking care of employees will help secure your business’ longevity and success.

Workplace health and wellbeing is crucial to ensure employees feel positive about their work, the safety and quality of the environment, and their overall attitude to mental wellbeing. Studies show that organisations that focus on preventative solutions, workplace health and wellbeing, leads to a more productive workforce resulting in reduced absenteeism, increased engagement and loyalty.

Lost productivity due to mental ill-health is estimated to cost the Australian economy between $10-18 billion every year, but on the flip side, every dollar invested into workplace mental health is estimated to deliver a return on investment of 5:1 (SuperFriend, 2020).

How Can Rehab Management Help?

Every business has different needs when it comes to taking care of its employees. Our broad range of tailored services and assessments extend from pre-employment, at-work programs and even providing assistance when the individual is no longer employed.

Our team of experts (NPS - 71.6*) will listen to your individual requirements and design bespoke solutions to better the health and wellbeing of your employees.

In addition, we can also provide staff on secondment to bolster your team and in-house expertise including claims administration.

*12 month rolling as of August 2022. A score of 50 and above is classified as excellent, and 70 or higher as world class.

We offer a number of tailored assessments and solutions for both compensation and non-compensation to suit your specific organisational structure and environment. These include:

Are you an individual that has been referred to us?

Our approach is always to work with you and understand your individual needs.

Rehab Management Difference

We aim to provide exceptional services for everyone we work with, including small to medium businesses and all of our corporate and government clients.

People first approach

Passionate multi-disciplinary allied health professionals

Award winning innovative services

Evidence based services

Office locations across Australia

Positive workplace culture

Before You Get Started

Whether you are looking to implement a new workplace health and wellbeing program or improve on current procedures and practices, here are some important things to consider before you get started.

What does a healthy workplace look like?

In today’s environment, only 5% of employees are within the very healthy category, yet approximately 20% are within the very unhealthy category (KPMG, 2018). Taking care of your employees involves looking after not only their physical health, but their mental wellbeing too.

Reducing physical hazards should be as important as creating a positive workplace culture with good communication and services for employees. You may need to think about the availability of flexible work, the amount of autonomy each individual has and the building of relationships between colleagues, amongst other things.

What are the benefits of workplace health and wellbeing programs?

A safe and content workforce will lead to multiple business benefits including an increase in staff focus, productivity and performance, as well as encourage loyalty. In fact, organisations that do not promote health and wellness are four times more likely to lose talent in the next 12 months (HAPIA, The Health & Productivity Institute of Australia, 2007).

It will also help reduce the risk profile of your workforce and both directly and indirectly lead to improved operational efficiency.

Employees can expect to feel more valued, have a better relationship with their managers and colleagues, and feel safe and trustful of your organisation.

When should you begin?

Improving workplace health and wellbeing can start today.

Beginning a conversation about health and wellbeing allows employees the opportunity to immediately raise issues or concerns. This can also help determine what your company's specific needs are and demonstrate you care for your employees.

In-house Return To Work Services

Rehab Management has a team of experts with relevant qualifications that can work on site and lead your Return to Work (RTW) program.

By appointing one of our team members to be your RTW coordinator on a temporary basis, this will help deliver effective outcomes for injured workers and reduce business costs.

Our Innovative Programs

We have a number of innovative award-winning services and programs that support businesses and individuals, designed to provide easy access, reduce recovery time frames, or identify potential mental health issues early.

Rehab Management partners with a number of universities in the development of programs ensuring each one incorporates the latest evidence-based practices to ensure that best practice service delivery is maintained at all times.