Mental health for redundant workers

As a leading advocate for mental health, McManus Consulting Services’ Tony McManus has some advice for recently retrenched Alcoa and Ford facing unemployment.

Working with Beyondblue, Tony is urging men not to retreat from an active social life, but treat unemployment as a chance to rest and regroup. He also suggests reconsidering the need to work as much as in the past and considering volunteering to keep busy.

Please contact us for more information, or read the full article Health concern for workers on eve of Alcoa closure, originally written by Noel Murphy and published in the Geelong Advertiser on September 2 2014.

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