Stress e produttività

Definito spesso “l’epidemia di fine secolo”, lo stress è ormai riconosciuto come la malattia più diffusa in ambito professionale, e quindi la maggiore responsabile della riduzione delle capacità produttive in azienda, imponendo a quest'ultima costi molto alti in termini di risorse umane ed economiche. Lo stress è non solo direttamente legato ad una minore produttività derivante da un ambiente conflittuale, ma, con l’abbassamento delle difese immunitarie da esso provocato, ad un maggior numero di assenze per malattia, come dimostrano i più recenti studi in materia.

ENWHP. Work in tune with life

The innovation potential, quality and flexibility of a company have a crucial impact on its efficiency and sustainability in international competition. Human resource management plays an important role here in preparing employees to face the new challenges.

MHA. Gaining a Competitive Edge Through Mental Health

Master of Health Administration. A growing body of research shows that employers’ costs due to staff mental health problems are far greater than just the costs on the mental health service bill.

DWP. Avoiding long-term incapacity for work

Department for Work and Pensions (Health Work and Wellbeing). Sickness related absence from work represents a major problem for the UK economy. For individuals affected, prolonged absences are associated with major adverse effects for the individual and their family.

DWP. Building the case for wellness

Department for Work and Pensions (Health Work and Wellbeing). The objective of this report is first to consider the wider business case for workplace wellness programmes and then specifically the economic case for UK employers.
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