How Computers Can help Reduce Stress at Work and in Education
Many will feel that computers and the advent of the always-on culture is a significant cause of stress in the workplace.
We know from the work of our workplace assessors that it is a growing cause of concern for employers - affecting the well-being of staff and leading to absenteeism and long-term sickness. We also know from our student services that it is a major source of concern in higher and further education.
However there are strategies and techniques that can help anyone use their computer to reduce stress and any associated mental health issues.
This session will illustrate to HR professionals, disability advisers, employers and students and employees how more effective use of computers can help people feel more organised in their work and study more effectively, which will reduce stress and prevent expensive workplace tribunal claims.