A good fit between work demands and other life responsibilities can improve the quality of both work and home life for employees. This in turn can affect job performance, productivity, absenteeism and turnover. Forward thinking business leaders can take steps to increase work flexibility, so employees can be at their best on and off the job.
On this page, you’ll find a collection of work-flex resources, including articles and research abstracts, book recommendations, useful statistics and links to other high-quality resources. Check out a short video about work-flex, and share it with the HR staff and managers in your organization to help get the conversation started.
In a major national survey, 35 percent of American adults reported that they have experienced bullying behaviors at work and another 15 percent said they have witnessed others being bullied (Workplace Bullying Institute, 2010). Workplace bullying can have serious repercussions for employees and the organization alike. Severely bullied workers may suffer a variety of health consequences, including depression and anxiety disorders. Bullying can also diminish productivity and morale, and lead to higher absenteeism and turnover. It can even increase employee benefit costs and the risk of legal action.
On this page, you’ll find a collection of workplace bullying resources, including articles and research abstracts, book recommendations, useful statistics and links to other high-quality resources.
With 65 percent of U.S. employees citing work as a significant source of stress and more than one-third reporting chronic work stress, workplace stress can affect both individual well-being and organizational performance. In addition to affecting employee health, chronic stress can have serious repercussions for employers. In all, the American Institute of Stress estimates that job stress costs U.S. industry more than $300 billion a year in absenteeism, turnover, diminished productivity, and medical, legal and insurance costs.
Check out a short video, where we hit the streets to hear more about people’s experiences at work and how they cope with the stressors they face on the job. Then, scroll down for a collection of work stress resources, including articles and research abstracts, book recommendations, useful statistics and links to other high-quality sources of information.