A workplace that supports good mental and physical health is a productive workplace.
Masterlink and Master Plumbers have developed Wellbeing on Tap resources to help maintain good health.
Mental health is about how we think, feel and act as we deal with life’s ups and downs.
The state of our mental health helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, make decisions and go about our daily lives. As with our physical health, looking after our mental health is important at every stage of life.
Wellbeing on Tap focuses on the five pillars of wellbeing:
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SUPPORTING YOUR WELLBEING
- Are you facing difficulties at home or at work?
- Struggling with anxiety or negative thoughts?
- Feeling overwhelmed and burnt out?
Reach out to Masterlink & Master Plumbers’ resident wellbeing coach, Kereama Carmody - available on our Wellbeing 0800 number, Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm.
A registered social worker, Kereama has extensive experience working in mental health and the alcohol and drug treatment field. He is passionate about wellbeing in the workplace and helping people develop the strategies and tools to stay well and healthy.
This benefit is provided free of charge to Masterlink hosts and apprentices, and members of Master Plumbers and their staff. All calls are strictly confidential.
*Please note this is not a crisis helpline for urgent mental health issues. If you or someone you know needs immediate assistance, please call Lifeline (0800 54 33 54) or text 1737 for support from a trained counsellor.
Check out the latest Wellbeing videos below:
Introducing Kereama Carmody - our Wellbeing Guy on our 0800 number.
Kereama - The 5 Pillars of Wellbeing On Tap
Maintaining a healthy balance is important for our wellbeing at every stage of life. Our resident Wellbeing Coach Kereama Carmody outlines the 5 Pillars at the heart of our Wellbeing on Tap programme: Nourish, Sleep, Active, Mind, Connect. Focus on making these an important part of your daily life in a positive way, and you will feel a difference.
Alan & Brendan talk about mental health
"Are you OK?" may be the three most important words you can say to someone or someone can say to you. Check out the video below of Masterlink apprentice Alan Wharton talking about mental health and wellbeing with his mentor Brendan Parker, Regional Manager Lower South Island.