Australia Post to focus on Mental Health

Australia Post to focus on Mental Health

Australia Post is set to appoint the organisation’s first Chief Mental Health Officer, as it sharpens its focus on not just the physical safety of its people, but also on the mental health and wellbeing of its more than 60,000 strong extended workforce.

The role will focus on the the development of evidence-based, practical and engaging organisational development solutions to drive continued improvement in workplace psychological health. It will be the first time a Government Business Enterprise has made such an appointment and highlights the increasing recognition of the importance of mental health.

Group Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director Paul Graham said that the size and scale of the Australia Post network right across the country gave the organisation a unique opportunity and a moral obligation to lead in this important area.

“We have the opportunity to apply learnings across a large and diverse workforce and understand what will be effective in supporting our people and driving a culture of change when it comes to mental health. We will then be able to share those learnings to help the broader community,” Mr Graham said.

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