The Economic And Organizational Impact Of Stress In The Workplace
Online Course: ID# 1001350
About This Course:
Most people agree that stress can be dangerous to your health. Even medical doctors cannot deny the havoc that excessive stress can wreak on a person's mental and physical health. And not only does stress affect our personal lives, it also affects our professional lives. In fact, according to a study by Northwestern National Life in 1999, one-fourth of employees view their jobs as the number one stressor in their lives.
This course discusses how stress can ultimately impact our performance and productivity through the excessive pressures and expectations that our jobs demand. It focuses on how to identify factors that contribute to stress at work, what the consequences of stress are, and how to control and minimize the effects of stress.What You'll Learn:About This Course
How To Access Your Course
- Target Audience: Managers/Supervisors/Risk Management & HR Professionals
- Time To Complete: 75 minutes
- Purpose: To increase managers' and supervisors' knowledge of factors that contribute to stress in the workplace, to demonstrate the consequences that stress can have on your company, and to help you control and minimize the negative effects of stress in your workplace
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