Imagine: you’re crawling home from work on the motorway after a long and stressful day. The roads are congested and the weather is gloomy. Every time you switch lanes, the traffic grinds magically to a halt, as all the other lanes begin to flow freely. The radio cuts to a commercial. It’s windy.
And then it happens.
Last week we talked about how you can tell if you’re stressed. This week we want to talk about the kinds of things that might make you stressed. Do you know what your stressors are?
Our lives are full of deadlines, pressures, expectations and demands on our time. For some people, stress has become so normal and accepted, that they see it as a part of their lives, something they can’t do anything about or get away from. That’s quite a scary thought!
Wondering how your employees are feeling? You’re not alone. Many organisations say they want to measure employee satisfaction, but don’t really know where to start.