Recently, we gathered safety professionals from around the country to discuss employee stress. Between pandemic fatigue, sometimes unreliable supply chains, and increasing work loads, stress has made it harder for employees to keep their minds focused on their work. And that can impact their safety on the job!
Roundtable attendees represented the safety departments of construction, manufacturing, research laboratories, utility, oil and gas, military, maritime, and the wind energy organizations. Over the course of their discussion, they shared ways they are reducing, managing, and transforming stress, so employees can be safer and more productive. We captured their experiences and strategies, and you can get a copy of these insights by visiting: https://habitmasteryconsulting.com/employee-stress/
Also, check out the video below where we set the stage for our conversation by defining what stress really is and how to transform it from a negative experience that people want to avoid into a growth opportunity people embrace. It also reveals the 3 key areas for stress management programs. One of these is often overlooked, and it keeps corporate stress management programs from having an even bigger impact.