HOW TO PREVENT WORKPLACE STRESS

♦ Ensure that the workload is in line with staff members’ capabilities and resources. Design jobs to provide meaning, stimulation, and opportunities for employees and volunteers to use their skills.

♦Clearly define roles and responsibilities. Give staff members opportunities to participate in decisions and actions affecting their jobs.

♦Improve communications -reduce uncertainty about career development and future employment prospects.

♦Provide opportunities for social interaction among staff members.

♦Establish work schedules that are compatible with demands and responsibilities outside the job. Employers should assess the workplace for the risk of stress. Look for pressures at work which could cause high and long lasting levels of stress, and who may be harmed by these pressures. Determine what can be done to prevent the pressures from becoming negative stressors.

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