Latest Workplace stress Stories
DETROIT, Aug. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- A group wellness program has been shown to significantly relieve pain and stress, and improve stress-related chronic illnesses, according to Henry Ford Hospital researchers.
LITTLETON, Colo., May 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- According to The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, workers who report that they are stressed incur health care costs that are 46 percent higher, or an average of $600 more per person, than other employees. "Why is it that workplace stress is one of the most common forms of stress in our society today?" says Lauren E.
An new online workshop, Strategies for Stress Relief, is the newest addition to The Digital Life Skills Coach. This interactive, confidential workshop helps people develop strategies for harnessing positive stress while decreasing the damaging effects of chronic stress.
Employees who telecommute the majority of the work week are more satisfied with their jobs compared to those working mostly in the office because working remotely alleviates more stress than it creates.
What is the number one stress factor in your life?
MENLO PARK, Calif., Sept. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Although the economy has shown gradual signs of improvement, on-the-job pressure is mounting for some supervisors, a new OfficeTeam survey suggests.
A new study that provides a snapshot of a typical American workplace observed that chronic job stress and lack of physical activity are strongly associated with being overweight or obese.
DALLAS, November 23 /PRNewswire/ -- A recent global study of over 11,000 corporations across 15 countries commissioned by Regus (http://www.regus.com), the global provider of innovative workspace solutions, found that 58 percent of U.S.
Being at the top has its perks, but new UofT research shows people in positions of authority at work are more likely to experience certain psychological and physical problems that can undermine the health benefits associated with job authority.