The total health and productivity cost of worker stress to American business is estimated at $50-$150 billion annually.
Sauter, S.L.; Murphy, L.R.; and Hurrell, Jr., J.J. (1990) Prevention of work-related psychological disorders. American Psychologist. 45(10):1146-1153
Northwest National Life reported in 1993 that one million absences each day in the workplace are stress-related.
Farrell, F. (1994) The demoralized zone: Healing the downsizing survivors. Executive Directions. September/October: 37-43
Forty percent of job turnover is due to stress.
Bureau of National Affairs
Workers with high stress were over two times more likely to be absent 5+ days a year.
Jacobson et al (1996) American Journal of Health Promotion, 11(1).
80% of workers feel stress on the job, nearly half say they need help in learning how to manage stress and 42% say their coworkers need such help;
Attitudes in the American Workplace VII
62% routinely find that they end the day with work-related neck pain, 44% reported stressed-out eyes, 38% complained of hurting hands and 34% reported difficulty in sleeping because they were too stressed-out;
2000 Integra Survey
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Where do you find a lot of stress? In the workplace!
Deadlines, long hours, and sometimes difficult co-workers can all be sources of stress. Since most people spend at least one-third of their day at work, why not have a way to manage that stress and reduce its’ negative impact right in the workplace? We can help. We offer schedules of varying time frames and weekly frequency to ensure your business can protect your most valuable asset, your employees.