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On Wednesday National Stress Awareness Day will be marked in the UK. Despite greater awareness of the problem and a wider range of treatments being available, the problem is still rife in the workplace and, a new study suggests, may even effect life expectancy.
HRreview has embarked on another of it’s popular focus week’s on the key HR issues affecting practitioners across the UK. This week we turn our attention to the state of workplace wellbeing and stress. Our latest special edition focuses on the innovations, trends and challenges facing human resources and occupational health practitioners in implementing wellbeing…
A recent survey by Nelsons, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of natural healthcare products, has discovered that 86 percent of adults consider themselves to be a worrier, with the average adult spending the equivalent of almost a month of every year fretting about something and with work-related issues found to be the most likely cause.…
The vast majority of people living in Britain feel life is considerably more stressful than a decade ago and that younger Brits between 25 and 34 years old are more stressed than the rest of the population.
A new survey reveals more than half of British workers feel depressed, deflated or demotivated when they return to work.
The nation finds have difficult conversations tougher at work than at home, according to new research by Chartered Management Institute (CMI).
Absenteeism is a big issue in the workplace and is costing British businesses an estimated £32bn a year.
Senior Executors say that the workplace is more stressful today than it was five years ago and say the main cause of this is mobile technologies resulting in workers not being able to switch off.
75 percent of employees say they have felt stressed at work in the past 12 months and 45 percent say they know a colleague who has quit work due to stress.
1 in 5 workplaces could be bad for workers health as pressures and stress are causing employees to take time of work and are resulting in a loss of productivity.
During National Anxiety and Depression Awareness Week which runs May 4 – 10, cognitive neuroscientist and chartered psychologist Dr Lynda Shaw is urging the business community to help prevent a stress and anxiety epidemic in the workplace after figures released by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). According to the HSE, in 2011/12, 428,000 people in…
Recognising the stress and mental health of your employees can be crucial to the productivity of your company. Identifying the signs early on and tackling this problem is imperative.