b'PEOPLE| LEGAL SECTOR| 2021SUSTAINABILITY INSIGHTPSYCHOLOGICAL WELLBEING If you are feeling distress, you can seek help by calling a range of support services listed at the bottom of this section. If you require urgent medical attention, or are in immediate danger, please call 000.A comprehensive listing of mental health resources, support and crisis lines can be found at the Law Councils Mental Health Information Hub. Australian SituationThe Mental Health First Aid Manual estimates that sixty percent of depression is undiagnosed and untreated. Mental ill health is the third most common source of disease burden after cancer and heart disease and is the major cause of disability in Australia. The Committee for Economic Development of Australia has reported that eight million working days are lost annually in Australia through untreated depression. Estimates put the cost of lost productivity from psychological related absenteeism at 4 per cent of GDP or about $10,000 per year for each employee suffering depression. Each year $543 million is paid for workers compensation claims from 7,200 Australians for related mental health conditions.Work-related mental health conditions (or psychological injuries) have become a major concern in Australian workplaces due to the suffering caused to individual employees, loss of productivity, poor work quality, absenteeism and high staff turnover.Exposure to workplace hazards can lead to work-related stress and when this is elevated or prolonged it can create work-related psychological injury such as depression and anxiety. Examples of psychological workplace hazards include:high or low levels of job demand or satisfactionpoor culturepoor role claritypoor organisational or peer supportpoor workplace relationships with peers or managementpoor organisational change managementpoor organisational justicepoor environmental and ergonomic conditionsremote or isolated work, andviolent or traumatic events.Impacts from COVIDArguably, this year has seen more change and uncertainty for individuals and businesses than any time in this generation. Between coping with changes to the way we work, reduced social interactions and the challenges of home caring and schooling, the new realities of life in 2021 are creating high and persisting levels of personal stress. It will take time to understand the immediate and longer-term impacts on our psychological, physical, emotional and financial wellbeing.FORMAL POLICY PUBLISHED POLICYPOLICYPUBLISHEDYes 95% No 2% Yes 42% No 56%Not Reported 3%38'