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. A guide to the business case for mental health

In Europe, it is estimated that more than one in four workers suffer from stress and that stress accounts for over 50% of absenteeism in companies. This represented €20 billion in additional expenditure for the fifteen European Union countries in ...

ENWHP. Healthy Employees in Healthy Organisations

Health promotion for employees has after all verifiable effects and serves the common interest as well as promoting social and economic prosperity.

ENWHP. Workplace Health Promotion - Analysis of the Effects of WHP - 4th Initiative

This report is the result of activities within the European Network for workplace health promotion. In order to convince companies and stakeholders, it is necessary to propose arguments and justifications that show the advantages of workplace health promotion activities.

ENWHP. Workplace Health Promotion in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs)

The workplace health promotion situation in SMEs in participating countries was identified and assessed
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