Work-related Stress



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Louise Graham,
Housing Operations Manager, Sapphire Independent Housing, June 2017

Work-related Stress

Stress is ‘the adverse reaction people have to excessive pressures or other types of demand placed on them at work.’

Pressure keeps us motivated and productive. But too much or sustained pressure can lead to stress, which undermines performance, is costly to employers, and can damage both physical and mental health.

Work-related stress can result in high staff turnover, an increase in sickness absence, reduced work performance, poor timekeeping and complaints.

Key points to consider

  • Assess and manage potential causes of work-related stress by using the HSE Stress Management Standards?
  • Talk to employees to identify and  tackle any issues.
  • Take action if employees are showing signs of work-related stress.

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