Many people spend a good deal of time in a workplace, so it’s not surprising that workplace issues can have detrimental impacts on a person’s overall health and well-being. Examples of workplace issues include communication or performance issues, accidents or poor safety regulations, bullying and harassment, discrimination or unfair dismissal. Many workplaces have a Human Resources department that can assist to resolve difficulties in line with the Law, however these resolution processes can sometimes be complicated and lengthy and can impact on a person’s capacity to work for a period of time. If a person becomes injured at work, either due to a physical or psychological injury, they may be eligible for workers compensation to cover them for any time they are not working in order to be treated for their injury. A key goal of workers compensation is to support the person to return to work.