WORKPLACE STRESS LIBRARY (JW)Regular price $197.00 Sale price $97.00 Save $100.00
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Do you often find that you dread going to work? Do you find that work is affecting your home life? Affecting you physically? Affecting your relationships? Affecting you by over-eating and drinking? Do you have a fear for your safety returning to work after the Covid19 pandemic quarantines are lifted? As a manager, do you find that you have strained relationships with your employees? You overload your employees with work? You bully your employees? You find there are not enough hours in the day to manage your employees and do your reports? You are feeling that you will never get promoted?
Workplace stress can affect an employees/managers impairing his/her health and productivity and take a toll on his/her personal life. This library can also be eye-opening to managers who are also feeling the stress of managing employees, employee turnover and completing reports. We also have the added impact from the Covid19 pandemic which creates new stressors for both employees and management. These are all addressed in the Workplace Stress Library.
The Workplace Stress Library includes:
Workplace 1: Stressors
Workplace 2: Stress Symptoms
Workplace 3: Stress Reduction and Harmonization (includes essential oils, crystals, Bach Flower remedies, and more)
Workplace 4: Manager/Management Steps to help alleviate workplace stress
Here are a few line items from the Workplace Stress Library:
Covid19 & its strains and future pandemics as relates to safety in the workplace harmonized
Feeling under pressure due to work-related responsibilities
Lack of control over how you do your work
Poor relationships with colleagues and bosses
Unclear directions and information
Fear for your personal safety due to the Covid19 pandemic
Increase in the consumption of unhealthy foods
Poor Work -- Life Balance
Avoid frequently rotating shifts so you can maintain your sleep cycle
Avoid trying to control the uncontrollable including other people
Talk to your Supervisor
Treat your employees like you wanted to be treated by your boss.