Reduce Workplace Stress and Thrive

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It is common knowledge that workplace stress impairs employee happiness and contributes to decreased productivity. What’s even more important are the short and long-term health effects that stress has on workers.

Healthcare has never been easy. With COVID, reduced resources, and unpredictability increasing, stress among healthcare workers is rising. There are many risk factors for stressed workers, including addictions, suicide, job dissatisfaction, and lowered levels of client care. Many healthcare workers are tempted to leave the profession.


Stress Reduction and Improved Health is Not a Mystery

Opportunities for learning how to reduce stress are readily available. Many workplaces provide

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