Stress relief: practical ways to tackle employee stress at work

Stress relief: practical ways to tackle employee stress at work

Four out of five adults are stressed at work, how can employers effectively reduce stress in the workplace?

What makes British workers so stressed, and how can employers help reduce stress levels at work? Can short-term fixes help while long-term solutions are being devised? Watch our webinar for step-by-step advice and tips to reduce employee stress in the workplace. 

Webinar One hour Employee wellbeing

Four out of five adults are stressed at work, how can employers effectively reduce stress in the workplace?

Not only is the individual’s wellbeing and mental health at risk, but the organisation is also affected by low productivity, morale and increasing absence.  

For example, according to new research by Cascade HR, four out of five adults are stressed for at least some of the working week, with one in four struggling to sleep. Many workers also cite stress as an issue in their personal lives and relationships. 

So what makes British workers so stressed, and how can employers effectively reduce stress levels in the workplace?  Can short-term fixes help while more long-term solutions are being devised? And, despite being cited as one of the causes of higher stress levels, can technology actually help to reduce the burden on employees?

Join our webinar, ‘Stress relief: practical ways to tackle employee stress at work’, for step-by-step advice and tips to reduce employee stress in the workplace. 

Hear from leading HR consultants and practitioners who will cover: 

  • The most common stressors across different industries
  • How to identify, monitor and contain these stressors, to help prevent serious stress from causing lasting damage
  • Short-term manageable tactics to introduce into workplaces to boost employee morale, whilst bigger cultural issues are being tackled
  • Practical changes to implement for the long-term wellbeing of employees
  • The role of technology in helping to combat stress and relieve unnecessary admin burdens


Speakers

Geoff  McDonald Geoff McDonald Former Global VP HR Marketing, Communications, Sustainability and Water at Unilever Bio
Stephen Bevan Stephen Bevan Head of HR Research Development, the Institute for Employment Studies (IES) Bio
Georganna Simpson Georganna Simpson Senior Content Manager People Management Insight (Host) Bio