IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY?
TIME TO GET YOUR STRESS UNDER CONTROL.
Thanks for stopping by to hear what I have to say about the stress that is so prevalent in your own workplace and on site.
I have to say, I was truly concerned when I read the latest research which shows that employees in the construction industry belong to the third most stressed-out sector in the UK.
That same research also stated that 82% of employees in building and construction were highly stressed at least some of the time during a typical work week.
Now maybe you’re asking the same question as I am: how much longer can this go on?
How can construction industry workers put up with a lousy work life, spilling over into a difficult home life, poor relationships, and constant physical and mental issues that won’t go away. Who’s doing anything about alleviating this soul-destroying, debilitating problem? And if there is anyone trying to tackle it, what exactly are they doing?
Watch the video for the full details.
I CAN HELP YOU GET CONTROL OF YOUR STRESS.
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PREFER PRIVATE ONE-TO-ONE COACHING?
I take a limited number of private one-to-one clients each year to help them manage their stress successfully. Book a FREE 30-minute telephone consultation with me – and let’s work together to give you less stress and more success in your life.
WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGERS:
ARE YOUR CONSTRUCTION STAFF SUFFERING
FROM WORKPLACE STRESS?
I offer a full stress management programme to help you improve workplace productivity and performance.
With over 12 million working days lost in the UK because of stress at work, you need to ensure your staff can get their stress under control. I offer a full stress management programme including:
- A comprehensive stress audit to determine the workplace stressors that may contribute to high levels of stress.
- Staff seminars and workshops aimed at all employee levels up to senior management and board personnel.
- One-to-one employee stress management coaching with follow-up reports and recommendations.