How to Ease Workers' Worries
Studies show that job stress costs U.S. industries more than $300 billion a year in expenses incurred from accidents, absenteeism, employee turnover, and diminished productivity, as well as direct medical, legal, and insurance costs to business owners. A recent Gallup Poll reported that 80% of workers feel job stress. Nearly half said they need help in learning how to manage stress. John Ayala, Los Angeles-area president of ADP TotalSource, a professional employer organization, has compiled a list of stress-prevention strategies for employers. He shared some tips recently with Smart Answers columnist Karen E. Klein.
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