Money is the leading cause of stress for Americans and it is striking at their health and work lives. A major cause of this is the concern about the rising cost of healthcare. This sets off a vicious cycle as stress further increases expenses on health.
In a recent survey by Deloitte, more than 77 percent of workers reported experiencing burnout at their current workplace. Burnout refers to the spectrum of physical and emotional signs of exhaustion and stress, increases with increase in demand.
Workplace stress has been an issue plaguing many workersacross many markets. But studies are beginning to find that the burden tiltsmore toward women. Employers can take steps to understand the basis for thisdifference in response to stress and provide solutions to better address it,thereby creating a healthier and a more productive workplace.
ByCorporate Wellness Magazine
July 2, 2019