The de-stress call

Scott, Anna
January 2007
People Management;1/25/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p16
The article focuses on the approaches that can be taken by employers to deal with workplace stress. It cites the implications of the increased number of employees in Great Britain who feel very or extremely stressed according to the "National Statistics Labour Force Survey." It emphasizes the need for managers to be aware of the signs of stress in employees. It suggest that a risk assessment study should be included in the staff attitudes survey of companies.


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