Stress at work is an issue that is often overlooked by employers. Given its psychological nature, organisations can feel out of their way when it comes to dealing with work-related stress. It’s nonetheless one of the greatest problem of today’s modern society.
Workplace stress corresponds to the feeling of employees who experience a disconnection between the tasks they need to accomplish and the resources they have available to complete it. This situation creates a physical and psychological reaction that is generally translated by high levels of stress and anxiety.
Given the disastrous consequences workplace-related stress can have on our lives, it’s important to moderate stress levels by identifying the causes of that stress. A recent workforce survey organised by Wrike has revealed some of the top sources of stress we experience at work. From a lack of information to doing overtime too often, or even poor leadership, we offer you solutions to tackle those 12 issues and make your organisation a better place to work.
1. Missing information
2. Working too many hours
3. Managing a Busy Workload
4. Unsure of their role
5. Lack of ownership of mistakes from top to middle management
6. Too much multitasking
7. Unrealistic goals from managers
8. Unclear leadership
9. Not doing what they are paid for
10. Deadlines often moved around
11. Lack of collaboration or coordination
12. Problems with prioritisation
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