The workplace mental wellbeing organisation has updated its online courses to help workers during COVID-19.
Much focus is given to accruing enough income for retirement but, writes Michelle Dowling, there is a need to...
Many Australians will have insurance as part of their superannuation, writes SuperFriend’s Sandy Macleod, but...
As advisers battle with the effects of the Banking Royal Commission, education reforms, the banks exiting wealth,...
SuperFriend has announced three new appointments to its board of directors: Sarah Guthleben, Professor Niki Ellis...
An expert at the MetLife discussion panel says financial services industry needs to help reduce the stigma around...
Margo Lydon says positive leadership is key to managing workplace mental health issues in the wake of the...
Over a quarter of financial services workers experience extreme levels of stress, and just one in eight are highly...
Mental ill-health costs the Australian economy $70 billion each year, and a portion of this is through losing...
SuperFriend has strengthened its insights and evaluation function with two senior research appointments.
Margo Lydon says financial advisers should consider clients’ mental and emotional wellbeing if they want to build...
Australian workplace mental health is still a work in progress, as one in four employees experience a high level...
SuperFriend has expanded into Sydney and appointed its first Sydney-based partner relationship manager to manage...
SuperFriend has appointed Danielle Clarke to the newly-created role of head of marketing and communications.
Financial services employees’ mental health is an ongoing issue, with 44 per cent of workers in the industry...
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