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- Stress in the workplace
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Stress in the workplace
Job stress can lead to poor health and even injury. Browse these resources for information on how to support a psychologically healthy workplace.
Stress at work (NIOSH)
Learn what causes job stress and what you can do about it.
Workplace stress (Oregon Institute for Occupational Health Sciences)
Links to additional resources, research, and stress-prevention programs
Resources for employers (American Psychological Association Center for Organizational Excellence)
Five practices that contribute to a psychologically healthy workplace
Managing stress (National Institutes of Health)
This interactive tutorial explains the difference between positive and negative stress, and provides tips for managing and preventing stress.
Self-assessment stress surveys (American Institute of Stress)
Rate your stress levels at work and in daily life.
Workplace stress (Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety)
How do you know if you, or someone else, is having difficulty coping with stress?
DVD (no streaming available)
Working with stress |
17 minutes | Describes workplace factors that can create or exacerbate worker stres … Read more