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Mental ill-health has significant implications for affected individuals, their workplaces and broader communities as well as economies.

The World Health Organisation estimates $1 trillion in productivity is lost every year due to mental ill-health. Meanwhile, the Australian Productivity Commission estimates this to be $70 billion locally.

In Australia, more than 10,000 claims for serious psychological injuries are made each year through worker’s compensation insurance. This represents an increase in claims of roughly 50% over the past five years. In the UK, 46% of all days lost due to illness and injury are due to work-related stress, depression, and anxiety. The 17 million days total lost due to mental illhealth in the UK is almost three times higher than the 6 million days lost in 2004.