Absenteeism

AIS. PAUL ROSCH. The Health Effect of Job Stress

Stress in the work place has been labeled the number one health problem in the U.S. with costs to American ...

APA. Employees - A company's best asset

2006. U.S. industries lose nearly $300 billion a year-or $7,500 per worker-in employee absenteeism, diminished productivity, employee turnover and direct ...

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 ...

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 ...

MHA. Factsheet: Depression in the Workplace

Master of Health Administration. Clinical depression has become one of America's most costly illnesses

WHO. Work-related stress: risk factors, prevention and costs

World Health Organization. Work-related stress : scientific evidence-base of risk factors, prevention and costs

NIEHS. Occupational Stress

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. Job- related stress has created a crisis that largely goes unrecognized by employers.

TDSHS. Cardiovascular Health and Wellness Program

Texas Department of State Health Services. The Worksite Wellness Index is a self-assessment and planning guide to reduce risk factor ...

NIOSH. Healthy Workforce 2010

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. A set of national health objectives to increase quality and years of healthy ...