Stress Awareness – A resource list
Apr02

Stress Awareness – A resource list

It’s Stress Awareness Month According to the National Calendar Day, April is Stress Awareness month. So this post is dedicated to taking you on a trip round HSEWise. I will be sharing with you the Stress info and help articles on this site and will introduce to you two stress related articles for the month which I am working on and will be published soon! 1. The Job Burnout series This is a 4-part series soon to be updated and...

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Employee engagement – getting management and staff committed
Feb09

Employee engagement – getting management and staff committed

Over the last few weeks, I have written on job burnout, preventing/dealing with job burnout and job engagement – please check related posts or click the links below for past articles on job burnout. Today however, I am taking a different dimension and will talk about getting support from your team (management and staff) to ensure employee engagement is done properly and will work. Burnout is a problem and we desperately need to...

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Job Burnout (Part 4) – How to prevent / deal with burnout when you do have a choice
Jan31

Job Burnout (Part 4) – How to prevent / deal with burnout when you do have a choice

This is the fourth and almost final part of the introductory series on Job burnout. I have given some details on what it entails and some of the causes; the effects it has on health and job performance; and how to deal with job burnout when you don’t have a choice. What I mean by “when you don’t have a choice” is if you’re are one of those who work in very rigid workplaces and need to stay in a job (any...

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Job Burnout (Part 3) – How to prevent / deal with burnout when you have no choice
Jan25

Job Burnout (Part 3) – How to prevent / deal with burnout when you have no choice

So the past week I have briefly touched on the topic, “job burnout”. I have given a true example of what job burnout is like and how it affects both job performance, and your physical and mental health.  (Please click those links to catch up). Job burnout can be prevented but I am going to be honest and say that there are situations when we really have no choice mostly because you know finding a job isn’t easy so you have to stick...

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Job Burnout (Part 2) – The effects of job burnout on individuals and businesses
Jan21

Job Burnout (Part 2) – The effects of job burnout on individuals and businesses

Burnout is an individual experience and while some people may cope well and eventually recover, others do not abd dive deep into depression, anger and ill health because the body’s immune system becomes weakened making you vulnerabke to sickness. Job burnout primarily affects job performance and physical/mental health. Job performance: Remember Caroline in my previous post? Can you remember her detachment from certain aspects of...

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