Your Wellbeing & Development

This guide highlights resources to promote personal health and wellbeing through a period of alternative working arrangements, to maintain a positive approach to your work and to help you stay connected with your team and the wider University. Staying positive, maintaining connections, and having a bit of fun along the way are essential to healthy and productive ways of working. This guide provides information and resources focussed on:  

  • How to stay mentally and physically healthy
  • Staying connected and maintaining a positive approach
  • Accessing professional development webinars remotely

The UniSA Wellbeing website provides information, resources and UniSA initiatives that support staff wellbeing.

Return to PTC COVID-19 Guidelines and Resources

New resources in 'Accessing Professional Development webinars remotely' and articles in 'Staying Connected and Engaged'

TheEmployee Assistance Program (EAP) is available to all UniSA employees and their immediate family and although the Human Psychology team are now operating remotely, they are available to support you: 

  • Calls to the 1300 277 924 number will be answered by the Reception team and triaged as per normal. 
  • Staff will be emailed consent and intake forms and offered telephone or Zoom / Teams / Skype consults.

Tips for staying positive from Human Psychology 

Bupa have developed online modulesthat can be helpful in maintaining positive mental wellbeing; 

Staying physically healthy

Additional resources you may find useful

 

Development

We strongly encourage you to stay focussed on your professional development and maintain contact with your line manager and your colleaguesA series of our core professional development programs are now being offered via webinar/online and we will continue to add resources and development opportunities so do check the Performance and Development website for more information.  

UniSA's Enterprising Essentials Program is available to all staff. Our program has recently been redesigned and sessions will now be hosted via Zoom webinar. Continue to register via myHR to get access to the webinar links. 

More options are available by checking on the website. 

LinkedIn Learninghas short courses on working remotely and time management while working from home that you may find useful: 

Zoom meetings are rapidly becoming the new way of connecting and collaborating. Here are some additional resources to support you working effectively through Zoom: 

For a bit of fun 

  • ICMI Breakfast Bites series - knowledge and motiviation to start your day every wednesday at 9.00am AEST (8.30am ACST) from ICMI speakers - new