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With more than one in six European employees experiencing daily stress at work according to recent research, the challenges of stress across the modern enterprise are starting to become a priority for organisations.
Stress can manifest in mental and physical symptoms, severe enough to cause absenteeism and low productivity, with real-world impact on growth and profitability.
Acknowledging the problem is only one part of the solution.
How can organisations begin to understand the causes and risks of stress to their employees? What solutions exist that can help us mitigate its impact? Can ECG biometrics and the new technologies that are emerging with the utility to monitor stress be a part of the answer?
Don't miss our expert insights, as we examine some of the answers to these challenges.
Stress isn't a modern phenomenon, but its impact on organisations has gained increased visibility in recent years.
Stress is one of the main causes of major health issues in the developed world, and the effects of chronic stress have been associated with events of acute myocardial infarction (heart attack), hypertension, stroke, diabetes, mental health disorders, obesity and gastrointestinal issues.
With such an impact at world health level, it's clear to see why these physical outcomes are impacting workplaces across the globe.
We take a look at some of the exciting advancements in technology which could help mitigate the impact of workplace stress.
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This week, we talk to B-Secur’s own Caroline Murdoch, human resources development manager, for her firsthand perspective on how organisations can create healthy workplaces, and how ECG monitoring works for our teams.Read Now
Our series concludes with a brand new white paper, examining how ECG biometrics can work to create a vital relative stress score, and where B-Secur's work is being used to develop new non-drug interventions on stress.
Get final insights from our series and grab your copy of the paper today.Read Now