|Reducing work-related (occupational) stress or trauma:
|Consult legislation, regulations, and case law
|Access educational support to understand health policies, practices, and the regulatory environment
|Solicit and develop work-related and social supports
|Access counselling support
|Maintain personal care, eating, sleeping and living well
|Develop a balance between work and your own life
|Seek out organizational support
|Use humour and be hopeful.
|Sources of work-related/occupational stress or trauma:
|High workloads and inadequate support
|Illness or death and loss of family and friends
|Personal history of trauma and lack of caring for one’s self
|Career damaging to admit traumatic stress
|Lack of agency and compassion fatigue
|Social pressure to remain at work
|Lack of acknowledgement for work undertaken
|Violence at the workplace
|Inadequate employee assistance programs
|Commercialism and unstable funding
|Maintaining currency of work-based knowledge
|Inadequate public knowledge about emotional, legal, social, and medical challenges.
Please feel free to contact us and explore your work-related stress reduction options.
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