How employees deal with stress is becoming more of a pressing concern in today’s workplace. With more onus on wellbeing and work-life balance, understanding, and managing, how staff deal with professional, and personal, anxieties should be at the forefront of any good people strategy.
A recent article in Harvard Business Review looked at the many ways that HR can help workers deal with stress, from the innovative to the outlandish. We have collected three of them below, and accompanied each point with our own research.
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