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It is a well-researched and known fact that employees who are as stress-free as possible in the workplace are among the happiest, most motivated, and highly efficient. So if you are a business owner who has noticed high levels of stress among your workplace employees, then you may be looking for some simple ways to relieve the stress levels of your employees without having to make too many drastic changes or spend much money in the process. Fortunately, there are all kinds of things you can try to reduce employee stress and boost morale – such as motivation in the workplace! Here are a few examples…

For starters, allow workers to take short but frequent breaks from working throughout the day. While you may already offer a lunch break and perhaps another small break during the regular work day, studies have actually proven that employees benefit more from shorter and more frequent breaks in addition to a lunch break. Therefore, you may want to consider letting them leave the desk or workspace every couple of hours for five of ten minutes at a time.

Next, you should consider the type of foods and beverages that you are making available to employees in the break room. If you do not have many healthy options, then your employees may be forced to buy junk food and end up feeling sluggish and stressed out throughout the day as a result of the sugary and fatty foods that they are consuming.

Finally, consider holding a brief weekly meeting in the workplace where you can address employee concerns seriously. This will allow them an opportunity to bring issues to your attention--especially those that have been stressing them out. You may even want to offer the option to make these comments anonymous so that everybody will feel comfortable stepping up and saying something if a workplace situation is stressing them out.

By trying out these simple suggestions, you will likely find that your employees are happier, more motivated, and less stressed on a daily basis. This is a win-win for everybody.

Posted 11:10 AM

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Nancy P Major said...
Very good article!
THURSDAY, MARCH 27 2014 12:17 PM

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