Provide science-based stress management tools and resources to use while on the job without taking away from the job
· Implement stress-reducing strategies for both high- and low-stress situations
· Examine how stress affects the body, mind, and emotional health and ways to make stress work for us, not against us
· Gain innovative strategies for stress-reducing activities and workstations in company facilities
While most work-related stress comes and goes, some projects, conflicts, or workplace situations can cause mental health issues, lessened productivity, and employee attrition. In fact, more and more workers are stepping away from their careers and resigning due to “unhealthy, high-stress environments.” We know that eliminating stress altogether isn’t feasible, but the latest research provides evidence-based strategies for mitigating stress and makes a compelling case for how reframing our stress ultimately stimulates greater success.
With California labor laws, you can now file a worker's compensation claim for a psychiatric injury that was caused by workplace stress. Employees can potentially be eligible for unpaid stress leave under the Family Medical Leave Act and California Family Rights Act. Employee stress can create an abundance in sick days taken, worker compensation cases, increased turnover rates, lessened productivity, and other stress-related cases.
We know how important your employees and your company are to you. Making an investment to provide the tools necessary to help your team manage high-stress situations due to work deadlines, benchmarks, and other expectations will effectively increase productivity, lessen sick days, create a stronger company culture, maintain employee retention, and most importantly show that you care.
Presented by Suzy Aboulhosn
Suzy is a Core Coach and Trainer at Rise Up For You. She's an engaging speaker, corporate trainer, Positive Psychology Practitioner, wellness advocate and Registered nurse with years of experience.