effects of workplace stress

Stress can manifest itself into physical and emotional problems which impact the employees ability to perform and can have a costly effect to industry through short term absenteeism to long term illness.


cost of workplace stress

Government agencies often try to put figures on the costs stress related illnesses and absenteeism in terms of their impact on industry. These figures, usually running into the £billions, can be quite misleading as it is such a complex area to quantify with any degree of accuracy.


how can take15 help?

Take 15 can help you to protect your investment in your employees by providing a range of office based therapy solutions. Used on a regular basis as part of an all encompassing employee wellbeing programme, office therapies can provide a feedback and support mechanism for employees.


a happiness centred culture

We suggest that it is self evident that an organisation with a happiness centred culture is more effective, more productive, and more profitable and hence should be an underlying principle within any ethical organisation.


happy employees

Happy employees feel that their job is related to their inner flow, their internal ‘raison d’être’. An internal sense of purpose, meaning, belonging, respect and appreciation are often more important than financial rewards. It is perhaps internal factors, rather than external influences which have the greatest effect in an individuals happiness.


happy customers

Whether employees deal directly or indirectly with customers, the happiness of the people within the organisation has an effect on the happiness of its customers. Fulfilled employees are likely to make less mistakes and their sense of wellbeing is projected when talking to customers on the phone or in face to face meetings.


happy shareholders/stakeholders

Shareholders and Stakeholders are directly affected by the health and profitability of the organisation in terms of share prices and dividends. Market performance can be directly affected by the overall wellbeing of the organisation as well as the public perception of the organisation in terms of its ethical practices and social responsibility.


happy employers

The happiness culture creates is a feedback loop which helps the employer to balance the demands of shareholders with the needs of employees and customers. Happy employees are easier to manage, happy customers are more willing to buy and happy shareholders will exert less pressure. While this illustration depicts a rather utopian and possibly naive view of industry it is only through creating small ripples of happiness that wider knock on effects will follow…


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