Workplace Stress Is A Part of Life
- For Corporate Employees, Managers, Business Owners.
Workplace Stress is a part of life. Most of us feel stressed at one time or another. Whether we talk of job related pressures or any sort of tension induced by personal relationships and family problems, stress affects all of us. There are many day-to-day situations that can bring stress in our lives. Avoiding these situations may prove to be an impossible task. The solution, therefore, lies in knowing how to manage stress.
If not managed properly, stress can have a very negative impact on our mental and physical health. Living in a state of continuous stress, without any relief or relaxation, can give rise to many health complications. From headaches to chest pain, from sleeping disorders to high blood pressure, stress can be very harmful and negatively affect our body's ability to cope with diseases. Below are the corporate counseling services I provide.
Benefits For Employers
Studies indicate that offering Employee Assistance Program , EAPs may result in various benefits for employers, including lower medical costs, reduced turnover, personal stress, workplace conflicts and absenteeism, and higher employee productivity
Benefits For Management
Most managers indicate that counseling helps them to overcome both short and long-termed problem. That these managers described themselves as learning something new and useful about themselves as a result of counseling..
Benefits For Business Owners
The benefits for business owners who provide counseling services to both employees and management have established business benefits, including increased productivity of employees (termed "presenteeism") and decreased absenteeism.
Family Counseling, Building Relationships And Keeping A Family Together Is So Important.
The way employees are treated by their bosses/supervisors or company, Lack of job security, Company policies Co-workers who don't do their fair share. Unclear expectations, Poor communication, Not enough control over assignments, Inadequate pay or benefits, Urgent deadlines, Too much work, Long hours, Uncomfortable physical conditions, Relationship conflicts, Co-workers making careless mistakes, Dealing with rude customers, Lack of co-operation, How the company treats co-workers
In order to develop an effective stress management programme it is first necessary to identify the factors that are central to a person controlling his/her stress, and to identify the intervention methods which effectively target the above mention factors.
Contact Me, if you feel that an employee(s), "individual or group" manager or supervisor may need my services.