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Your staff has made your business their priority. We make your staff’s wellbeing ours.
We strive to support individuals, connect teams and enhance organisations.
Meet the Caraniche at Work team.
EAP Counselling, Career Support, Clinical Supervision and more.
Critical Incident Response, Manager Support, Team Building and Mediation.
Peer Support, Bullying & Harassment, OHS Policy, Leadership Coaching.
Many employees are aware of the existence of an employee assistance program (EAP) at their work. But knowing this doesn’t mean they’ll actively use the service.
Widespread promotion of your Employee Assistance Program will help employees get the right support when they need it.
Although anxiety is different for everyone, there are common emotional, cognitive, behavioural and physiological features that characterise anxiety.
Stress is our body’s natural way of responding to the demands of life and is something we all experience.
While it’s not your job to diagnose or be the therapist for your workmates or team members, there are important ways you can help if you think they might be struggling with their mental health.
John Orr, Finance and HR Manager at Victorian Opera, explains why Caraniche at Work was their first choice when it came time to look for an Employee Assistance Program.
We sat down with Jacinta Pollard – Managing Director; and Amanda Mechanic – Manager, to understand the new approach for Caraniche at Work and what it means for customers.
Whether it’s a family member, friend or someone in the workplace, the best way you can help support someone who appears at risk of suicide is to have a conversation.
Occasionally you may encounter particularly challenging or aggressive behaviours – whether it be in the workplace or in a public space.
Australian workplaces are waking up to the impact of family violence. Caraniche at Work has developed a free report for HR Managers who want to take the lead.