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identifying managing stress
Identifying & Managing Stress

1967 – a significant year?

  • Dartford tunnel opened
  • Sergeant Pepper album released
  • Average house price £3,840
  • Ford Cortina was £749 new
  • Petrol was 27p a gallon
  • First heart transplant took place
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Identifying & Managing Stress

1967 – a significant year?

Holmes & Rahe introduced the first

model to measure stress

Social Readjustment Rating Scale

1967 social readjustment rating scale
1967 Social Readjustment Rating Scale

Life Event

Death of a Spouse

Divorce

Marital separation

Imprisonment

Death of close family member

Personal injury or illness

Marriage

Life Change Units

100

73

65

63

63

53

50

1967 social readjustment rating scale4
1967 Social Readjustment Rating Scale

Life Event

Dismissal from work

Change in financial state

Major mortgage

Change in responsibilities at work

Change of working hours or conditions

Change in sleeping habits

Life Change Units

47

38

32

29

20

16

what could this look like in 2009
What could this look like in 2009?

Life Event

Dismissal from work

Change in financial state

Major mortgage

Change in responsibilities at work

Change of working hours or conditions

Change in sleeping habits

Life Change Units

47 now 75

38 now 72

32 now 64

29 now 50

20 now 58

16 now 52

stress and the recession
Stress and the Recession
  • Different trends appearing
  • Downsizing
  • Pressure on employees
  • Fear of losing jobs
  • More signs of stress related illnesses
  • Less communication
  • Loss of key staff
case study
Case Study

Chris – Managing Director

  • Responsible for downsizing programme
  • Communicates all changes to staff
  • Insufficient support from exec team
  • Worrying constantly, anxious and stressed
  • Work/life balance issue
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Case Study

Chris – Managing Director

  • Began stress management coaching
  • Identified key stressors
  • Introduced preventative measures
  • Benefit to work and personal life
common causes of work related stress
Common Causes of Work Related Stress
  • Unachievable deadlines
  • High workload
  • Bullying
  • Conflict
  • Travelling
  • Working long hours
  • Taking work home
  • Poor time management
common symptoms of stress
Common Symptoms of Stress
  • Headaches
  • Migraines
  • Anxiety/panic attacks
  • Unnecessary worrying
  • Insomnia
  • Fatigue
  • Lack of self-esteem
  • Depression
  • Mental Wellbeing
  • Mood swings
  • Anger & aggression
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Heart problems
  • Addictions
facts about stress
Facts about Stress
  • 1 in 6 employees find their job too stressful.
  • Employees suffering with stress underperform by over 30%.
  • The cost of stress per employee is £800-£1,000pa.
  • 13.5 million lost working days in Britain in 2007/08.
  • Stress and mental ill-health now represents 40% of all incapacity benefit in the UK.
  • Cases of litigation are on the increase.
what action can you take
What action can you take?
  • Assess the risk of workplace stress
  • Identify, reduce and manage the problems
  • Get expert advice on future prevention
  • Introduce corporate wellbeing initiatives
  • Communicate with employees
  • Share best practices
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