We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used to create them
Burn-out, depression, risky lifestyle behavior and many other psychosocial issues are becoming increasingly a human and economic reality to deal with for many companies in today's increasing demanding market. Senior business leaders today view poor (mental) health as the number one driver of indirect costs.
Research has shown that approximately 500,000 employees are potentially suffering from work related stress, resulting in 6.5 million sick days each year. Lifestyle and attached risks affect employees’ quality of life and negatively impact the long-term prospects for developing chronic disease; leading to premature incapacity to work and enjoy a healthy life.
Managers lack the necessary skill-set to respond adequately to these problems. Speedy and effective interventions can reduce staff absence and increases morale and may ultimately improve performance. I offer packages to suit individual employees needs.