Employee Stress Hurts Business

 Stress has been called the "health epidemic of the 21st century" by the World Health Organization and is estimated to cost American businesses up to $300 billion a year.

Research shows that excessive stress can lead to many long-term health problems including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, weakened immune function, high blood pressure, musculoskeletal disorders, substance abuse, depression and anxiety.  Stressful working conditions can also impact health indirectly by limiting our ability or motivation to participate in other health promoting behaviors such as eating well and exercising. 

 

Employers have a greater interest than ever in the physical and mental health, and quality of healthcare for their employees more than ever.

 

Find out how offering RAE to your employees and helping them become aware and engaged can reduce stress and lead to fewer days lost to sickness and absenteeism, fewer accidents, higher morale, improved work quality, and increased performance.