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Last chance to have your say
Time is running out to have your say in the 2015 Wellbeing Research Survey.
The online survey finishes at 11.59pm on Sunday, 20 December. It’s anonymous, only takes about 15 minutes to complete, and helps CFA improve its mental health and wellbeing services for all members.
Chief Officer Joe Buffone said there had been a great response to the survey, with hundreds of members taking part.
“It’s a sign of the focus our members put on looking after others, and themselves,” Joe said.
“CFA is always searching for more ways to support our people. The survey is an important part of this, as it helps us develop a better understanding of what members want and how current programs can be improved.”
Joe said the survey was part of CFA’s long-standing commitment to its members and their health.
If you have questions about the survey or would like a paper based version of it, please contact CFA’s wellbeing intake line on (03) 9262 8409.
More information about CFA’s support services can be found here.