Talking to your employer about illness
How you manage talking to your employer about an illness depends on lots of different things.
Adult ADHD can affect people’s employment, ability to study and capacity to manage their lives. Learn more about the symptoms and where to get help.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and mental health
Aboriginal and Torres Strait People still face many disadvantages in terms of education, employment and earning power; which continue to erode the social and emotional wellbeing of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
If you are injured or become ill from work, you may be entitled to workers' compensation.
How to talk about your mental health concerns
Talking about your mental health concerns to your friends, family, partner or boss can be difficult. Here's how to start the conversation.
Too much stress at work can affect you both professionally and personally. Understand how stress can affect you and how you can deal with it.
Living with Parkinson’s disease
Most people with Parkinson’s disease continue to live rich and rewarding lives but some adaptations and changes might be needed with time.
Workplace mental health
These pages include information and resources on how your mental health can be affected at work, and strategies for staying well.
Sexual harassment can impact mental health, lower self-esteem and cause fear, depression and stress. It's common in the workplace - and illegal.
Living with diabetes
Having diabetes can make some aspects of life more challenging, but it doesn’t define who you are or prevent you from enjoying and participating in life. Find out how to manage with diabetes.