Workplace Stress Research
Michael Blanding, a senior writer for Harvard Business School Working Knowledge, reported on a study that found that workplace stress is very bad for health and indicates that our health costs are way above that of other countries. Other findings indicate that workplace stress contributes to at least 120,000 deaths and anywhere from $125 to $190 billion dollars a year—representing 5 to 8 percent of national spending on health care. All of these numbers point to conclusions that they suspected—that workplace stress is a significant contributor to both health problems and costs.
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