WorkPlace Stress Project
Leading the Way Out of Stress and Burnout
There are times in everyone’s work life that are uncomfortable. And there are also times that are so frustrating that we wish for a career change!
The body and mind react to taxing situations by creating a stress response. Task-related, role-specific, social, work-schedule, and organizational change stressors all contribute to errors, overwhelm, disengagement and absenteeism.
78% of the IT workers surveyed consider their job stressful.
Struggling employees are unable to concentrate on their job, aka "presenteeism," for more than a third of the total scheduled work time (54.95 hours or 34%)—or about eight total days per month, more than twice as much as the typical "healthy" employee for context.
Stressed employees are also absent from work for an average of 7.36 hours per month — almost one full working day (about 5% of all work time).
Emotional Resolution (EmRes) resolves specific stress reactions, whether felt emotions, behaviors, or both. Afterwards, when the situational trigger occurs again, no stress reactions will happen!
YOU WILL ACHIEVE A CLEAR ENGAGED MIND TO GET THE JOB DONE
YOUR BEST SOLUTION:
Use Emotional Resolution in Your Organization