Infographic: Workplace Bullying and ViolencePresenting some of the key data on bullying and violence in Australian workplaces, this infographic demonstrates the connection between harassment, bullying and violence and work-related mental disorders.
Workplace bullyingWorkplace bullying is any workplace behaviour that's physically, mentally or socially threatening. It's everyone's responsibility to stop workplace bullying, including your employer, and if necessary, the police. If you are being bullied, there are actions you can take.
WA Government Mental Health UnitThe Mental Health Unit (MHU) assists and supports Western Australia's Mental Health Services in delivering an evidence-based, patient centred, caring, safe, respectful and supportive mental health system for all West Australians.
Mental Health resourcesDownloadable PDF resources that are culturally sensitive to Aboriginal people. Contains information on grief, how to talk to children and funeral arrangements. It also has sections on social media, getting help and how to support a friend or colleague through the loss of a loved one to suicide
Mental Health in the Workplace (AHRC)Mental illness is more prevalent than many people realise. Around 45% of Australians aged between 16 and 85 will experience a mental illness at some point in their life, while one in five Australian adults will experience a mental illness in any given year