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14 Ways To Stay Productive At Work When You’re Dealing With A Personal Crisis

How Irish businesses combat workplace stress

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A recent Europe-wide survey conducted by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work shows that 22 per cent of Irish workers experience stress at work either “always” or “most of the time”.

Irish workers have been revealed to be among the most stressed in the EU.

A recent Europe-wide survey conducted by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work shows that 22 per cent of Irish workers experience stress at work either “always” or “most of the time”.

A 2016 ESRI study also found anxiety, stress and depression were the second highest causes of work-related illness in Ireland.

So how are Irish businesses working to combat this? Earlier this year, companies across the country were encouraged to “light up green” to show their support for mental-health-awareness month. This was part of the Green Ribbon campaign to end the stigma around mental health…

 

14 Ways To Stay Productive At Work When You’re Dealing With A Personal Crisis

From the end of a relationship to the death of a loved one, difficult life events can often throw you for a loop and make you less productive at work. Hardships like this are simply inevitable.

But by being able to communicate with your team and giving yourself ample time to heal, it’s possible to navigate tough times and keep doing good work in the office.

We asked members of Forbes Coaches Council for their best ideas on achieving this balance….

 

Resilience not enough to combat the effects of burnout

Resilience isn’t enough to combat the effects of burnout, which threatens employee wellbeing and productivity, a world renowned expert on the psychology of work will tell the 2018 Australian Psychological Society (APS) Congress, held in Sydney, 27-30 September….

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