Do you feel like you are the only
one stressed at work?  Well, you have company.  Today, stress at work is a problem that causes many employees to suffer.  In addition, this issue takes a toll in many ways on your personal life.  One way is
the long hours you spend working.

The time spent away from home makes nurturing an intimate and healthy family or social relationship almost impossible. 

As a result, spouses become divorced, people dating break up,
your friends stop calling, and more.  Not to mention, serious health issues that can develop like heart attacks and strokes caused by stress on the job.

Losing a loved one or them
becoming ill can be devastating
to a family, presenting many other distressing situations.

The World Health Organization (WHO) Global Burden of Disease
Survey
estimates that by the year 2020, depression and anxiety
disorders, which includes stress-related mental health conditions,
will be widespread and will be second only to ischemic heart disease in the scope of disabilities experienced by sufferers.

Note:  ischemic is when the heart muscle does not get enough
oxygen.

Early signs of job stress . . .

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) found that early signs
of job stress are short tempered, headaches, problem sleeping
and low morale.

A stressful home life can contribute to work stress.  For instance,
being a single-parent, caring for elderly parents, lack of finances,
and more.  Therefore, pressures
from home are combined with the strain at work intensifying the feelings of being distraught.  Whatever the circumstances are
for some at home, they may still have to work the long hours due
to the demands of their job.  As
a result, your family and social
life is neglected. 

Today, some people are stressed about job security and will still
go to work when they are ill, due
to employers streamlining in order
to eliminate positions and layoffs.


What Causes Stress ?



What troubles you most at work? 
Do you fit into any of these
following categories . . .

The Society for Human Resource Management states that the four main causes of stress are: 46% workload, 28% people issues, 20% juggling, and 6% job security.

As you can see the amount of
work a person is responsible for completing is what the majority (46%) of people blame for their tension.  Everyone has different trails that they cope with while
at work.  There are other hardships that some of you may have experienced. 

For example,

It can very bothersome to an employee when you are expected
to perform the duties of more than one job, due to your department being under staffed, company cutbacks, or other reasons.  You
may find yourself continuously worrying about completing tasks
up to standard or above to show
you are a valuable employee in
order to survive layoffs.

It can be unsettling for you when insufficient time or resources is
given for meeting deadlines for various job responsibilities, which means working longer hours.  You may feel disturbed, when you are expected to meet what seems to
you as impossible expectations.

Do you feel uneasy when dealing with your colleagues or management?

Employees can experience pressure from their managerís management style.  You may get distressed,
if you are an independent worker
who needs very little direction in doing your job, but are being
micro-managed. This could make
you feel frustrated, because you have no control in making decisions when performing your job.  Or the situation could be opposite, which you had no training, direction, process, or procedure on how to properly do your job.
 
Some employees feel tense when they believe that they have been overlooked for a promotion,
involved in conflicts with
co-workers, or have to communicate with a superior or person that
is not familiar to them.

All of these situations can be uncomfortable and cause distress
for some people.


Ways to Deal with Stress



There is hope!  Studies have found that companies are becoming more aware of the need to balance stress and health in the workplace.  Some businesses are providing training
for their employees in order to
help them to better deal with the pressures and services to offer
them some conveniences for relief.

It has been stated that the training provided by companies offer short-term solutions to employees for managing their stress.  The
training is considered to be a temporary remedy, because it is
not effective in keeping the employee on track long term in managing their tension.

What else can be done?

There are other activities that you can do to help you relax, which
may provide you with some relief from feeling distraught.  For instance, getting a massage, taking a vacation, yoga, meditation, exercise, prayer, or whatever you enjoy that relaxes you.  Some of
you may get release from feeling tense, by taking some quiet me-time.

Would you like a long term solution for relieving your stress?

Coaching is one way you can
achieve a long-term resolution to manage the burdens in your life
and realize your dreams.  It helps you to determine the root cause of your stress and how to manage it.  Also, it helps you to discover your obstacles in your life that are keeping you from reaching and
living your dreams.  Coaching is
life changing. 

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Do you feel like you are the only one stressed at work? 
Well, you have company.  Today, stress at work is a problem
that causes many employees to suffer.  In addition, this issue
takes a toll in many ways on your personal life.  One way is
the long hours you spend working.

The time spent away from home makes nurturing an intimate
and healthy family or social relationship almost impossible. 

As a result, spouses become divorced, people dating break up,
your friends stop calling, and more.  Not to mention, serious
health issues that can develop like heart attacks and strokes
caused by stress on the job.

Losing a loved one or them becoming ill can be devastating
to a family, presenting many other distressing situations.

The World Health Organization (WHO) Global Burden of Disease Survey
estimates that by the year 2020, depression and anxiety disorders, which includes stress-related mental health conditions, will be widespread and will be second only to ischemic heart disease in the scope of disabilities experienced by sufferers.

Note:  ischemic is when the heart muscle does not get enough
oxygen.

Early signs of job stress . . .

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) found that early signs of job stress are short tempered, headaches, problem sleeping and low morale.

A stressful home life can contribute to work stress.  For instance, being a single-parent, caring for elderly parents, lack of finances, and more.  Therefore, pressures from home are combined with the strain at work intensifying the feelings of being distraught.  Whatever the circumstances are for some at home, they may still have to work the long hours due to the demands of their job.  As a result, your family and social life is neglected. 

Today, some people are stressed about job security and will still go to work when they are ill, due to employers streamlining in order to eliminate positions and layoffs.


What Causes Stress ?



What troubles you most at work?  Do you fit into any of these following categories . . .

The Society for Human Resource Management states that the four main causes of stress are: 
46% workload, 28% people issues, 20% juggling, and 6% job security.

As you can see the amount of work a person is responsible for completing is what the majority (46%) of people blame for their tension.  Everyone has different trails that they cope with while at work.  There are other hardships that some of you may have experienced. 

For example,

It can very bothersome to an employee when you are expected to perform the duties of more than one job, due to your department being under staffed, company cutbacks, or other reasons.  You may find yourself continuously worrying about completing tasks up to standard or above to show you are a valuable employee in order to survive layoffs.

It can be unsettling for you when insufficient time or resources is given for meeting deadlines for various job responsibilities, which means working longer hours.  You may feel disturbed, when you are expected to meet what seems to you as impossible expectations.

Do you feel uneasy when dealing with your colleagues or management?

Employees can experience pressure from their managerís management style.  You may get distressed, if
you are an independent worker who needs very little direction in doing your job, but are being micro-managed. This could make you feel frustrated, because you have no control in making decisions when performing your job.  Or the situation could be opposite, which you had no training, direction, process, or procedure on how to properly do your job.
 
Some employees feel tense when they believe that they have been overlooked for a promotion, involved in conflicts with co-workers, or have to communicate with a superior or person that is not familiar to them.

All of these situations can be uncomfortable and cause distress for some people.


Ways to Deal with Stress



There is hope!  Studies have found that companies are becoming more aware of the need to balance stress and health in the workplace.  Some businesses are providing training for their employees in order to help them to better deal with the pressures and services to offer them some conveniences for relief. 

It has been stated that the training provided by companies offer short-term solutions to employees for managing their stress.  The training is considered to be a temporary remedy, because it is not effective in keeping the employee on track long term in managing their tension.

What else can be done?

There are other activities that you can do to help you relax, which may provide you with some relief from feeling distraught.  For instance, getting a massage, taking a vacation, yoga, meditation, exercise, prayer, or whatever you enjoy that relaxes you.  Some of you may get release from feeling tense, by taking some quiet me-time.

Would you like a long term solution for relieving your stress?

Coaching is one way you can achieve a long-term resolution to manage the burdens in your life and realize your dreams.  It helps you to determine the root cause of your stress and how to manage it.  Also, it helps you to discover your obstacles in your life that are keeping you from reaching and living your dreams.  Coaching is life changing. 

Learn more about professional coaching and its benefits by visiting.
Do you feel like you are the only one stressed at work? 
Well, you have company.  Today, stress at work is a problem
that causes many employees to suffer.  In addition, this issue
takes a toll in many ways on your personal life.  One way is
the long hours you spend working.

The time spent away from home makes nurturing an intimate
and healthy family or social relationship almost impossible. 

As a result, spouses become divorced, people dating break up,
your friends stop calling, and more.  Not to mention, serious
health issues that can develop like heart attacks and strokes
caused by stress on the job.

Losing a loved one or them becoming ill can be devastating
to a family, presenting many other distressing situations.

The World Health Organization (WHO) Global Burden of Disease Survey
estimates that by the year 2020, depression and anxiety disorders, which includes stress-related mental health conditions, will be widespread and will be second only to ischemic heart disease in the scope of disabilities experienced by sufferers.

Note:  ischemic is when the heart muscle does not get enough
oxygen.

Early signs of job stress . . .

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) found that early signs of job stress are short tempered, headaches, problem sleeping and low morale.

A stressful home life can contribute to work stress.  For instance, being a single-parent, caring for elderly parents, lack of finances, and more.  Therefore, pressures from home are combined with the strain at work intensifying the feelings of being distraught.  Whatever the circumstances are for some at home, they may still have to work the long hours due to the demands of their job.  As a result, your family and social life is neglected. 

Today, some people are stressed about job security and will still go to work when they are ill, due to employers streamlining in order to eliminate positions and layoffs.


What Causes Stress ?



What troubles you most at work?  Do you fit into any of these following categories . . .

The Society for Human Resource Management states that the four main causes of stress are: 
46% workload, 28% people issues, 20% juggling, and 6% job security.

As you can see the amount of work a person is responsible for completing is what the majority (46%) of people blame for their tension.  Everyone has different trails that they cope with while at work.  There are other hardships that some of you may have experienced. 

For example,

It can very bothersome to an employee when you are expected to perform the duties of more than one job, due to your department being under staffed, company cutbacks, or other reasons.  You may find yourself continuously worrying about completing tasks up to standard or above to show you are a valuable employee in order to survive layoffs.

It can be unsettling for you when insufficient time or resources is given for meeting deadlines for various job responsibilities, which means working longer hours.  You may feel disturbed, when you are expected to meet what seems to you as impossible expectations.

Do you feel uneasy when dealing with your colleagues or management?

Employees can experience pressure from their managerís management style.  You may get distressed, if
you are an independent worker who needs very little direction in doing your job, but are being micro-managed. This could make you feel frustrated, because you have no control in making decisions when performing your job.  Or the situation could be opposite, which you had no training, direction, process, or procedure on how to properly do your job.
 
Some employees feel tense when they believe that they have been overlooked for a promotion, involved in conflicts with co-workers, or have to communicate with a superior or person that is not familiar to them.

All of these situations can be uncomfortable and cause distress for some people.


Ways to Deal with Stress



There is hope!  Studies have found that companies are becoming more aware of the need to balance stress and health in the workplace.  Some businesses are providing training for their employees in order to help them to better deal with the pressures and services to offer them some conveniences for relief. 

It has been stated that the training provided by companies offer short-term solutions to employees for managing their stress.  The training is considered to be a temporary remedy, because it is not effective in keeping the employee on track long term in managing their tension.

What else can be done?

There are other activities that you can do to help you relax, which may provide you with some relief from feeling distraught.  For instance, getting a massage, taking a vacation, yoga, meditation, exercise, prayer, or whatever you enjoy that relaxes you.  Some of you may get release from feeling tense, by taking some quiet me-time.

Would you like a long term solution for relieving your stress?

Coaching is one way you can achieve a long-term resolution to manage the burdens in your life and realize your dreams.  It helps you to determine the root cause of your stress and how to manage it.  Also, it helps you to discover your obstacles in your life that are keeping you from reaching and living your dreams.  Coaching is life changing. 

Learn more about professional coaching and its benefits by visiting.

Stress in the Workplace

 
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Stress in the Workplace

Do you feel like you are the only one stressed at work?  Well, you have company.  Today, stress at work is a problem that causes many employees to suffer.  In addition, this issue takes a toll in many ways on your personal life.  One way is the long hours you spend working.

The time spent away from home makes nurturing an intimate and healthy family or social relationship almost impossible. 

As a result, spouses become divorced, people dating break up, your friends stop calling, and more.  Not to mention, serious health issues that can develop like heart attacks and strokes caused by stress on the job.

Losing a loved one or them becoming ill can be devastating to a family, presenting many other distressing situations.

The World Health Organization (WHO) Global Burden of Disease Survey
estimates that by the year 2020, depression and anxiety disorders, which includes stress-related mental health conditions, will be widespread and will be second only to ischemic heart disease in the scope of disabilities experienced by sufferers.

Note:  ischemic is when the heart muscle does not get enough oxygen.

Early signs of job stress . . .

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) found that early signs of job stress are short tempered, headaches, problem sleeping and low morale.

A stressful home life can contribute to work stress.  For instance, being a single-parent, caring for elderly parents, lack of finances, and more.  Therefore, pressures from home are combined with the strain at work intensifying the feelings of being distraught.  Whatever the circumstances are for some at home, they may still have to work the long hours due to the demands of their job.  As a result, your family and social life is neglected. 

Today, some people are stressed about job security and will still go to work when they are ill, due to employers streamlining in order to eliminate positions and layoffs.


What Causes Stress?



What troubles you most at work?  Do you fit into any of these following categories . . .

The Society for Human Resource Management states that the four main causes of stress are: 

46% workload, 28% people issues, 20% juggling, and 6% job security.

As you can see the amount of work a person is responsible for completing is what the majority (46%) of people blame for their tension.  Everyone has different trails that they cope with while at work.  There are other hardships that some of you may have experienced. 

For example,

It can very bothersome to an employee when you are expected to perform the duties of more than one job, due to your department being under staffed, company cutbacks, or other reasons.  You may find yourself continuously worrying about completing tasks up to standard or above to show you are a valuable employee in order to survive layoffs.

It can be unsettling for you when insufficient time or resources is given for meeting deadlines for various job responsibilities, which means working longer hours.  You may feel disturbed, when you are expected to meet what seems to you as impossible expectations.

Do you feel uneasy when dealing with your colleagues or management?

Employees can experience pressure from their managerís management style.  You may get distressed, if you are an independent worker who needs very little direction in doing your job, but are being micro-managed. This could make you feel frustrated, because you have no control in making decisions when performing your job.  Or the situation could be opposite, which you had no training, direction, process, or procedure on how to properly do your job.
 
Some employees feel tense when they believe that they have been overlooked for a promotion, involved in conflicts with co-workers, or have to communicate with a superior or person that is not familiar to them.

All of these situations can be uncomfortable and cause distress for some people.


Ways to Deal with Stress



There is hope!  Studies have found that companies are becoming more aware of the need to balance stress and health in the workplace.  Some businesses are providing training for their employees in order to help them to better deal with the pressures and services to offer them some conveniences for relief. 

It has been stated that the training provided by companies offer short-term solutions to employees for managing their stress.  The training is considered to be a temporary remedy, because it is not effective in keeping the employee on track long term in managing their tension.

What else can be done?

There are other activities that you can do to help you relax, which may provide you with some relief from feeling distraught.  For instance, getting a massage, taking a vacation, yoga, meditation, exercise, prayer, or whatever you enjoy that relaxes you.  Some of you may get release from feeling tense, by taking some quiet me-time.

Would you like a long term solution for relieving your stress?

Coaching is one way you can achieve a long-term resolution to manage the burdens in your life and realize your dreams.  It helps you to determine the root cause of your stress and how to manage it.  Also, it helps you to discover your obstacles in your life that are keeping you from reaching and living your dreams.  Coaching is life changing. 

Learn more about professional coaching and its benefits by visiting.
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