The Employee Stress Reduction and Resilience Handbook

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Every day workers experience stress on the job dealing with angry customers, challenging situations, difficult coworkers, long commutes, work/ family conflicts, juggling multiple priorities and figuring out how to manage their time. Ever wished there was a handy resource that could teach employees how to handle ALL these issues while developing greater resilience at the same time? Now there is. This 32-page workbook is truly a comprehensive guide to reducing stress and building resilience at work. Short one-page articles and an accompanying workbook page are devoted to each of the issues mentioned above as well as on mindfulness, resilience, assertiveness and cognitive restructuring.

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Every day workers experience stress on the job dealing with angry customers, challenging situations, difficult coworkers, long commutes, work/ family conflicts, juggling multiple priorities and figuring out how to manage their time. Ever wished there was a handy resource that could teach employees how to handle ALL these issues while developing greater resilience at the same time? Now there is. This 32-page workbook is truly a comprehensive guide to reducing stress and building resilience at work. Short one-page articles and an accompanying workbook page are devoted to each of the issues mentioned above as well as on mindfulness, resilience, assertiveness and cognitive restructuring.

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