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Work-Related Stress is a Massive Issue for Workers

In Europe, work-related stress is the second most frequently reported work-related health problem after musculoskeletal issues. Work-related stress is clearly a massive issue that affects millions of workers.

The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work recently joined me for a Twitter chat on work-related stress and psychosocial risks. During the conversation, the agency shared useful guidance, statistics and links to further resources. Find out the answers to the following important questions:

What are the main drivers of workplace stress?

How widespread is the problem in Europe’s workplaces?

What can be done about the issue?

What can be done to prevent and manage psychosocial risks?

What is the effect of the current economic situation?

What are the warning signs to look out for?

Why should organisations take the issue seriously?

How do those good at managing the issue approach it?

What information is available to help people understand the issue better?

 

Read the transcript here: Work-related stress and psychosocial risks

 

Work-related stress is a massive issue for workers. By PPE.

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