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Life is Always
The team at Transitioning Well helps shape and support Parental-Leave, Work-Life and Mature-Age transitions.
Along with the team at Centre of Perinatal Excellence (COPE), we’re very proud to announce our partnership with four leading businesses through the rollout of the Perinatal Workplace Wellbeing Program (PWWP). Bunnings, Target, Multiplex and Probuild have been named as the first organisations to experience and implement the pilot program, which is funded by WorkSafe’s WorkWell Mental Health Improvement Fund. Our co-founder, Dr Sarah Cotton says, “Through comprehensive workplace training, assessment, and package support, we’ll be able to equip these organisations with the knowledge they need to promote cultural change throughout this significant work-life transition.”
Navigating Life Transitions in the Workplace
Transitioning Well specialises in supporting management and employees to navigate Parental-Leave, Work-Life and Mature-Age transitions. Not only are we about assisting you to meet base legal and diversity requirements, our unique services support you and your staff to navigate these significant transitions in ways that work for all parties. Promoting best practice and development opportunities, we help you to support your people in transition. All Transitioning Well consultants are registered psychologists and accredited to run our programs nationally.
- Evidence based programs built on, and supported by extensive research and practice.
- Solutions can be tailored to suit local needs.
- Programs incorporate Transition Assessments and Action Plans for managers and employees.
- Our consultants are registered psychologists and accredited to run our programs nationally.
Workshops and webinars designed to educate and support both organisations and employees in the transition from ‘Working Person’ to ‘Working Parent’.
Workshops and webinars designed to find innovative ways to help both organisations and employees rethink the intersection between work and life.