Businesses that are seeking to remain viable need to consider how job related stress is negatively impacting productivity, recruitment costs and ultimately the bottom line.
Taylor, MI (PRWEB) August 25, 2009
News of a global recession with infamous bankruptcies, bailouts and backlash are all considered common knowledge. Everyone has seen it, heard it and above all, felt it. Yet even with the staggering unemployment rate, there are companies that forge ahead or seek to rise from the ashes. Though, they have new challenges to face, namely operating a leaner, more efficient and profitable enterprise based on human resources that could be considered an unstable liability.
"As a certified stress management coach, I see job stress as the number one stressor reported among many of my clients. Work life transcends into personal and family life, so getting job stress under control is vital to seeing a difference in the quality of life across the board." (Nova Yeoman)
The fear of losing a job has paralyzed most staffers who have become overwhelmed and dissatisfied with having to make up for a reduced headcount with increased duties, longer hours and compensation that has become stagnant. Absenteeism, workplace accidents, on the job violence, employee turnover, increased healthcare costs and workers' compensation awards are all noted results of a stressed out workforce.
"Businesses that are seeking to remain viable need to consider how job related stress is negatively impacting productivity, recruitment costs and ultimately the bottom line."
New programs just released by Goals That Open Doors, a coaching and stress management service, help both employees and employers reduce stress and improve daily functioning.
"Job Stress Busters" is a 90 minute seminar that focuses on how to discover and manage job stressors, while utilizing simple and effective breathing and meditation techniques. The first Job Stress Buster Seminar is scheduled to be taught via teleconference on September 10, 2009 from 7pm - 8:30pm EST.
"Revamp, Refresh, Relax" is a 90 minute seminar that reveals signs of stress, types of stress, and how to relieve the stress response through a variety of easy calming methods. The first Revamp, Refresh, Relax Seminar is scheduled for release September 15, 2009 and will be taught via teleconference from 6:30pm - 8pm EST.
Clients are encouraged to register early for each seminar by visiting http://www.goalsthatopendoors.com, as availability is limited. The cost is $30 per participant; however, corporate/group rates are available.
An inclusive 10 week program is also offered. "Finally…A Life Without Stress!" is a complete program that offers an individual stress profile test, a stress portfolio, a proven goal setting system and the essential coaching support that enables clients to make fundamental changes with an increased rate of lasting results.
"Comprehensive stress management programs that teach how to recognize early signs of stress; how to focus on individual stress triggers; how to develop action plans to reprogram negative responses to stress, as well as simple and effective relaxation techniques, are all proactive ways to produce a well adjusted workforce able to successfully manage stressors and create a healthy balance between work and personal life."
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, contact Nova Yeoman or visit http://www.GoalsThatOpenDoors.com.
Certified Stress Management Coach
e-mail: novayeoman (at) goalsthatopendoors (dot) com