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Work Related Stress

By July 10, 2019No Comments

In recent times there has been much recognition of the importance of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS). Many of the recommendations have been for physical safety, but what about mental safety? Many places of employment are starting to focus on their employees emotional health, watching them for signs of stress and distress. Work place stress is on the rise as employers are pushed to raise profit margins and maximise productivity.

Of course this stress then trickles down to the workers, leaving them vulnerable as they deal with conflict from customers, pressure to perform to a higher and higher standard, clashes with other employees and unrealistic expectations from their managers. This can affect their productivity, can leave them unable to cope with day to day issues and they can find themselves depressed.

With over 30 years experience, Margaret McDonald can help you identify the causes of workplace stress. As a trained professional, Margaret can teach you how to establish and maintain boundaries, relaxation techniques and improve your self-esteem. Margaret can help you regain enjoyment and pride in your work, and help you cope with the stresses inherent in the job.

If you feel you would benefit from help in this area please don’t hesitate to phone our office on 3862 8833 or email