As we approach “Dry July” employers are being encouraged to recognise the negative affects of alcohol abuse on their business.
“Dry July” is an initiative that challenges adult participants to abstain from alcohol for the month in support of cancer patients.
In an article on Ferret.com.au, Drug Info Australia statistics were quoted which revealed that alcohol/drug abuse cost Australian workplaces an estimated $6 billion per year in lost productivity. They also reveal that half of Australian workers drink at harmful levels.
Employers should address these issues in their workplace, for the health and safety of their workers and for the benefit of their business.
Read more at www.ferret.com.au