According to a recent study, female employees have a higher incidence of psychological distress than their male colleagues in workplaces where there are more men than women. The study monitored the psychological distress and well-being...
Today, in the age of social media and smartphones, employers and employees have much greater visibility when they leave work – giving employers the ability (and desire) to monitor their workers after hours, and resulting in greater exposure and potential for harm to...
Providing onsite services to work organizations is an integral part of EAP services. Over the years events have demonstrated repeatedly the value of having highly trained EA professionals ready to provide leadership consultation and...
Mental health problems are common among civilians who work for the U.S. military in war zones, a new study finds. Among the war zone-based civilian workers in the study, one-third said they felt their lives were threatened a few times...
A study was undertaken to examine the association between work stress and cognitive performance. The association found between job strain and speed of memory retrieval might be one important factor explaining the effect of stress on work performance.
The U.K.'s economic recovery could be hindered by mental ill health as up to 1 in 5 workers have had to take time off due to a stress-related illness over the last year. According to research from MetLife Employee Benefits, which questioned more than 2,000 people, on average...
In a special report prepared for the Global Healthy Workplace Awards and Summit, nearly half of China's employers surveyed say they promote health at the workplace, and 73 percent say they measure specific health outcomes. The preliminary...
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