A new approach to positive, holistic wellbeing at work

We understand it can be tricky to stay engaged and entertained during times of uncertainty – we’ve developed the
following list of activities, resources and virtual events so that with one click, we can all stay connected!

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

You are our top priority.

It’s important that all staff feel supported to be their best, and bring their best to work, each and everyday. Our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) does just this – offering the support you need in a completely confidential environment.

This over-the-phone counselling service can be accessed for both personal and work-related issues, tailored to meet your unique needs. Each staff member is entitled to up-to six sessions (per calendar year).

If you would like to access this complimentary, confidential service, please:

  • Email consultancycam@gmail.com from your work address
  • Await contact by phone within 24 hours
  • Arrange your first session with the service provider

8×8

It’s never been easier to stay connected.

All staff have access to 8×8 Work, a communications application with voice, video, chat, and web conferencing. Did you know, you can use this for national video calls after hours, to remain connected with loved ones at no extra cost to you? 8×8 Work is installed on all work-issued desktops, and can be download on both Apple and Android devices via the App Store. 

Bonusly

Support your team mates and redeem your points!

We keep recognition fun and personal through Bonus.ly, our recognition and rewards platform. There are two types of point balances within Bonus.ly – your monthly allowance of 100 points, and your earnings balance.

Your monthly allowance can only be given away to your colleagues. They are automatically refreshed on the first of each month. At the end of the month, any points you haven’t given out will expire.

Your earnings balance are the points that you receive from your colleagues, which can be spent on rewards from our rewards catalogue – from Uber Eats to JB Hi-Fi, David Jones to IKEA, there’s something for everyone.

Refer and EARN up to $5,000!

Love what you do? Tell your friends to come join our crew!

We want to make your workloads easier and get through our client waiting list sooner, and the best way to do that is with more qualified consultants joining out team. 

Help us grow the Humanity Health Group’s legendary community, and be rewarded for your efforts! We’re currently recruiting for a variety of roles across the nation. If you know someone who would be the perfect fit, get in touch with our recruitment team at: recruitment@humanitygroup.com.au.

Company Bonus Reward System

Clinical and Partnerships

We believe in acknowledging and rewarding our staff for their continuous efforts and reflection of the company values in their work. Our company bonus reward system outlines the standards to which these rewards are achievable, and how they can be met.

We’d love to hear from you.

Are we doing something well? Could we be supporting you more? Is there something you’d like to see come to life? Please share your thoughts with us – everything helps us to help you.

Christmas Parties

Don’t forget to SAVE THE DATE for our annual Christmas celebration.

You are invited to eat, drink and be merry on Friday, 3 December from 5:30 – 8:30pm as we ring in the festive season and celebrate the year that was. ?

Further details to be announced, but please find a guide to state-based locations below:

  • QLD – Hello Gorgeous, Newstead
  • Northern NSW – Quattro Restaurant, Lennox Head
  • Central Coast – Bella Italia
  • NSW – Hunter Gatherer, North Sydney
  • ACT – Briscola, Canberra
  • VIC – Talk To Me, South Yarra
  • TAS – Ti Ama, Battery Point
  • SA – Piccoli Piati, North Adelaide
  • WA – The Left Bank, East Fremantle

L&D Microsite

More information coming soon – keep your eyes peeled!

What’s On

October

Friday 1

It’s Professional Development (PD Day)! From 1:00 – 5:00pm AEST, TBHG’s clinical team can enjoy this targeted learning program. With an exciting line-up of notable academics and clinicians, we’re certain staff across all brands will come away with valuable insights! Check your calendar for an invitation – the agenda will be shared with you via email shortly.

Today marks the beginning of Mental health Month. This year, the focus is on post-pandemic recovery challenges and resilience. 1 in 5 Australians experiencing mental illness each year. Given this statistic, it’s likely that we know someone (a loved one, friend or client) who is struggling. Let’s step up and take responsibility for caring on our own mental wellbeing and looking out for those around us.

Did you know, October is Safe Work Month QLD? Keep your eyes peeled for communications, updates and activities to be shared over the coming month.

Saturday 2

Your 100 monthly Bonus.ly points have refreshed. Are you working with someone who goes above and beyond to deliver #quality #results #innovation #integrity? Tell them!

Sunday 3

Take a break, you deserve it!

Monday 4

QLD public holiday – Queen’s Birthday.

 

 

Tuesday 5

Stretch It Out! Join physiotherapist Maree Di Martino during a live Zoom call from 5:00 – 5:30pm. you’ll learn effective ways to warm up, cool down and protect your body from injury! Join via this link.  

Wednesday 6

Your 100 monthly Bonus.ly points have refreshed. Are you working with someone who goes above and beyond to deliver #quality #results #innovation #integrity? Tell them!

Thursday 7

Join us at Pitcher Partner’s FREE financial planning webinar, aptly titled ‘Do more with your money.’  Meet with Vincent, financial consultant, from 5:00 – 6:00pm AEST  and learn how to make your money go further. Join via this link (meeting ID: 849 7408 8378, passcode: 637318). We look forward to seeing you there!

Clinicians are invited to join the Interdisciplinary Case Panel from 6:00pm – 7:00pm AEST. Facilitated by Malcolm Choat, you can join via this link (Meeting ID: 827 3316 0349, Passcode: 106515).

Tasmania public holiday – Royal Launceston Show.

Friday 8

#TGIF! Looking for some FREE content to consume this weekend? Check out our list of recommendations for you to decompress to – click here. 

Saturday 9
Sunday 10

It’s World Mental Health Day. Here’s some simple tips we can use to help our mental health at work:

  • Take a break – moving away from our work station can improve concentration when we go back to work.
  • Drink an extra glass of water to calm and relax your brain.
  • Talk to a colleague about something other than the tasks you are working on. A quick chat can help us feel sociable and connected which is good for our mental health.
  • Eat a healthy snack to give your brain the fuel it needs and maintain good blood sugar levels.
  • Reset by noticing 5 things you can see around you, 4 things you can touch, 3 things you hear, 2 things you can smell and 1 thing you can taste next time you feel something overwhelming you.
Monday 11

Mental Health Month x If I Only Knew podcast. Many of us are fluctuating between lockdowns and adjusting to COVID restrictions – while there’s plenty of talk about the pandemic, there’s significantly less focus around the anxiety a state of flux can cause. Join Fred Cicchini (Group CEO) and Matthew Blanch’s on this episode of If I Only Knew, as they explore insights into the manifestation of ‘COVID anxiety,’ and discuss strategies to overcome it.

Don’t miss our All Staff Heads Up meeting. To accommodate for daylight savings, Dr Kylie Henderson and Fred Cicchini have scheduled two sessions – these compulsory calls are a great way to connect with colleagues and keep abreast of the latest updates happening across the organisation . Join via this link (meeting ID: 827 7233 2103, passcode 205450).

NSW | ACT | VIC | TAS

Monday 4.45pm (3.45pm QLD time | 4.15pm SA time | 1.45pm WA time)

QLD

Monday 4.45pm (5.45pm NSW time | 5.15pm SA time | 2.45pm WA time)

Tuesday 12

It’s week two of Mental Health Month! Click here to explore simple, cost-effective methods to improve both your personal wellbeing and work life – check it out here. ?

Keep your eyes peeled for the latest edition of The Better News Bulletin, delivered straight to your inbox! Meet your team, and uncover the latest, exciting developments taking place across the organisation.

Wednesday 13

Recovery is an important concept, especially pertinent given it’s Mental Health Month. Join our very own Malcolm Choat and Chris Paton in My Perspective, Stories of Recovery Experiences’ – a podcast which explores a variety of perspectives of the recovery model. This is a wonderful resource for clinicians and shared services staff alike – listen today!

Thursday 14
Friday 15

Tasmania public holiday – Flinders Island Show. 

Looking for some mocktail/cocktail recipes to see you through the weekend? We’ve compiled a list of fun, easy-to-create recipes for you to start the weekend with a bang! Discover them here!

Saturday 16
Sunday 17

Take a break, you deserve it!

Monday 18

Don’t forget to SAVE THE DATE for our annual Christmas celebration. You are invited to eat, drink and be merry on Friday, 3 December from 5:30 – 8:30pm as we ring in the festive season and celebrate the year that was. ?

Further details to be announced, but please find a guide to state-based locations below:

  • QLD – Newstead
  • Northern NSW – Lennox Head
  • Central Coast – TBC
  • NSW – North Sydney
  • ACT – Canberra
  • VIC – South Yarra
  • TAS – Battery Point
  • SA – North Adelaide
  • WA – East Fremantle
Tuesday 19

It’s week 3 of Mental Health Month! Discover some simple and cost-effective methods to improve both your personal wellbeing and work life – click here! ?

Wednesday 20
Thursday 21

Tasmania public holiday – Royal Hobart Show.

Friday 22

Looking for weekend ideas? We’ve compiled a list of free, COVID-friendly options here.

Saturday 23

Recovery is an important concept that is applied across disciplines. Join Chris Paton and Malcolm Choat as they speak with guests who have lived experience of physical health and mental health issues, as well as carers and clinicians. Develop a greater understanding of recovery this Mental Health Month – click here. ?

Sunday 24

Take a break, you deserve it!

Monday 25

Today marks the beginning of National OT Week. Let’s celebrate occupational therapy and promote the many ways OTs help our clients reach their potential. This year’s theme of  This year’s theme of participation, inclusion and independence celebrates the role OTs play in supporting people in activities they find meaningful. Learn more about OT week here. 

 

 

Tuesday 26

Clinicians are invited to join the Interdisciplinary Case Panel from 3:00pm – 4:00pm AEST. Facilitated by Malcolm Choat, you can join via this link (Meeting ID: 827 3316 0349, Passcode: 106515).

It’s the final week of Mental Health Month. How are you going? We hope you’ve found the resources, blogs and insights we’ve shared useful. Click here to read our final simple, cost-effective tactics to improve your holistic wellbeing. ?

Keep your eyes peeled for the latest edition of The Better News Bulletin, delivered straight to your inbox! Meet your team, and uncover the latest, exciting developments taking place across the organisation.

Wednesday 27
Thursday 28
Friday 29

QLD public holiday – EKKA Holiday.

Saturday 30
Sunday 31

Take a break, you deserve it!