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Reduce Workplace Stress

Reduce Workplace Stress

With all of us handling the tough times that Coronavirus has thrown at us, now is the time to try your best to reduce workplace stress. That’s why we thought we’d share with you not only this great article by Training Industry, but also our very own course about ‘Managing Stress for Positive Change’.

The Training Industry piece, ‘A 6-Step Process to Reduce Workplace Stress’ is written by Ammar Khalid. Ammar is a quality management expert with a commitment for health and safety. His interesting piece focuses on six key steps to reduce workplace stress:

  • Hazard assessment
  • Identification of risk factors
  • Overview of underlying processes
  • Audit of workplace support services
  • Harm assessment
  • Risk reduction suggestions

Ammir said:

“A stress-free and safe working environment is the right of every employee, but the workplace can sometimes be very stressful. In this environment, the human body reacts to stress as a threat, which triggers defense mechanisms: an increased heart rate, tense muscles, elevated stress hormones and raised blood pressure. It is vital for every company to take care of its employees. Stress in the workplace can damage employees’ mental and physical well-being, so it is important for companies to address it. Training can help create a better and more productive office environment.”

Click the link below to read this great article and discover how you can reduce workplace stress at your company today.

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