Reducing the Risk of Absence: Work Related StressPosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 18 November 2013
The Chief Executive is aware that a lot of time and effort is being put into the Company’s bid to win a National Award for Excellence that will really put the Company on the map! He is keen to ensure that the employee’s work / life balance is addressed and wants to reduce the risk of employees going off work with work related stress. He has requested some guidance / advice on steps that can be taken to address these concerns.
It is positive that the Chief Executive has identified this as a potential issue and wants to take steps to ensure that employees are not impacted by stress. Stress is a complex issue and is not dealt with in Northern Ireland under a single piece of legislation. A
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