The Commercial Movers To Offer Training Workshops on Stress Reduction
Soon, the Commercial Movers will be implementing various training workshops in order to detect and reduce stress among both its employees and the employees of its clients. The company has updated its blog in order to reflect these new attitudes toward stress.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 25, 2014
Whether moving as an individual or a company, the process can be extremely stressful because of all the moving parts involved. In order to make it easier on everyone, The Commercial Movers have decided to implement specialized training classes among its employees in order to detect and reduce stress. In the spirit of business awareness, however, these classes will be open to the public at a reduced cost.
The Commercial Movers sent their spokesperson, Tom Pinkus, to explain the company's reasoning. "We understand that employees often try to bury stress instead of coping with it directly, and that can lead to serious problems developing over time, and increased turnover rates. We want people to know that this company cares about everyone we interact with, and we want to keep members of our family from cutting ties down the road due to increased stress. Therefore, we're offering professional guidance on how to better cope with heightened stress levels on the job."
Pinkus also suggested that employees who feel stressed should seek the advice of management. Sometimes, tasks are wrongly or unequally assigned and distributed, which can lead to headaches for all involved. For example, staff that has not prepared a specific plan of action for a particular move might be at risk of unnecessary stress. Commercial moving involves a lot of moving parts, and unfair distribution of labor between employees, or even clients not utilizing specialized services which are offered, can lead to the perfect storm of stress.
This is why The Commercial Movers strive to make commercial moving as easy as possible through transparency of procedures and day to day operations, but also give clients access to detailed tip sheets that suggest checklists of commonly missed items or mistakes when moving day finally comes around. This is also the reason why the company hires employees who have past experience, and then provides them with additional training and aptitude testing which will ultimately allow them to do tasks with which they're comfortable.
The new training courses will stress the need for incentives, rewards, and adequate breaks and lunches. By implementing these throughout the workday, employees understand that their help is valued and appreciated by company executives who may not often have time to make appearances. Still, it is suggested that employees meet and spend time with upper level management in order to share concerns or comments.
More information can be obtained at http://thecommercialmovers.com/ in the blog section. News on training sessions is forthcoming.
The Commercial Movers
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