Address your stress toolkit
Address your stress for Mental Health Awareness Week with this toolkit full of tips, advice and tools to help you reduce the impact of stress on your wellbeing at work.View Read more
Stress is something that affects almost all of us at some point in our working lives. This web page from Ben explores stress and burnout, explaining what they are, how work can impact them, and the warning signs to look out for in yourself and others.
Stress is something that affects almost all of us at some point in our working lives. And while a little pressure can be helpful – pushing us to work at our best and meet deadlines – too much can leave us feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, or burnt out.
This web page from Ben explores stress and burnout, explaining what they are, how work can impact them, and the warning signs to look out for in yourself and others. It’s ideal for anyone who is worried about the impact of work pressure on their mental health. It also might be helpful for employers to share with their staff before burnout and high stress levels become a problem.
You may also find this a useful resource if you are hoping to encourage senior-level buy-in to a new mental health strategy. The page contains a clear business case for protecting your staff from high stress levels, including information about retention, productivity, and the cost of poor mental wellbeing.
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