Stress free work environment with Thrive: An EAP service that helps your employees!
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How to create a stress-free environment at work!

Stress is one of the top reasons for employee unproductivity today. The definition of stress is the psychological and physical state that results when the resources of the individual are not sufficient to cope with demands and pressures of the situation. It is one of the leading reasons for health issues, including things like anxiety, depression, fatigue, and so much more. While stress cannot always be avoided, as an employer, you can definitely help in some way. Wondering how you can help your employees feel at ease and stress free? Here are some great ideas to create a stress-free environment for your workplace!

1.Create a clean, stress free office space!

The cleaner a workplace is, the more at peace your mind will have when working. This is especially true when working on a computer all day! While you cannot make your employees clean up after themselves, you can definitely encourage them to do so! Model a clean work space by providing a supply closet that is clean and organized inside. You could also give employees their own filing cabinets, shelves, and refrigerator space. Also, think about the colors you have chosen to paint your office! Neutral tones instead of bright colors will make your employees feel more at rest.

2.Get an EAP for your team!

Giving your employees access to an EAP (employee assistance program) will change the way your employees work and reduce stress! An employee assistance programs offers services for things like financial issues, depression, anxiety, legal issues, real estate, counseling, and more! We at Thrive EAP even offer 24/7 access to a behavioral specialist.

3.Have clear communication!

As an employer, it is important to be direct in your communication with employees. Giving clear and concise details with a project has proven to decrease stress levels! The more you get to know the communication style of your employees, the easier this will become. Clear communication is a great way to let your employees know they’re valued and heard.

4.Encourage physical activity!

Physical activity is one of the greatest ways to reduce stress for your team at work! You could offer paid breaks for exercise time and even deals on gym memberships. Or even walk around the building as a team! This will encourage your employees to take care of themselves physically and help them mentally.

Help your team THRIVE!

We at Thrive EAP offer the best EAP services for stress relief. Talk to one our team members today for your small business EAP needs. Scroll over the Company tab and click Contact Us  or click here for more information about how we can help your team thrive!



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