Stress is a serious condition that’s becoming far too common. The fact is, 84% of the world’s population is feeling stressed.1
How stress impacts the workplace.
When employees are stressed, it can affect their relationships, their sleep patterns, and their work performance.
Stress affects an employee’s emotional well-being and can also impact their physical well-being. People who are stressed have a greater chance of developing serious health problems such as:
These stress-related conditions can drive higher health care costs for your clients.
What can employers do?
It starts by seeing stress differently. Stress is not something an individual needs to suffer with in silence. If employees are stressed, they should know that they’re not alone. Stress can be tackled when employees take control and follow an effective plan of action.
Resources your clients can share with their employees.
We have doctor-approved tools and information your clients can share with their employees – including a stress quiz that helps individuals determine their level of stress. By having the tools to manage stress today, employees can enjoy a healthier, more productive future. Click here to access resources that clients can provide to their workforce.