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Workplace stress: A silent killer of employee health and productivity

Available Online https://www.corporatewellnessmagazine.com/works...
Publication Date October 19, 2018
Author Greg Okhifun
Source Corporate Wellness Magazine
Source Type Magazine
Summary

This article discusses the harmful effects of physical and psychosocial workplace stress on employee wellbeing. The article lists several detrimental outcomes of workplace stress in the domains of physical and mental health and performance, including performance at the company level. The article presents several primary, secondary, and tertiary interventions for preventing and relieving stress, including work redesign, safety promotion, training and education, and employee assistance programs. The article concludes that workplace stress takes a toll, not only on the workers, but also on the overall success of the organization.

Keywords Job strain, stress, workplace stress
Reference

Okhifun, G. (2018, October 19). Workplace stress: A silent killer of employee health and productivity. Corporate Wellness Magazine. Retrieved from https://www.corporatewellnessmagazine.com/

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