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Corporate Stress and Consequences
According to a LifeWorks and Deloitte study, 82% of senior leadership or executives feel exhausted and burned out at work.
Although people are more outspoken and aware of mental health issues, it does not indicate that they seek timely help. The vocalisation often manifests as a post-suffering action.
The reasons could be many, from stigma to lack of knowledge or access. 55% of senior executives are concerned about the stigma associated with mental illnesses and how it will affect their careers. People suffer in silence till the breaking point. Corporate stress leads to a decline in productivity and economic loss.
Changes in workplace dynamics, workload, current lifestyle and the pandemic have all served as stressors for corporate executives.
Now increased workplace stress causes frustration, moodiness, irritability, and absenteeism, as well as increased economic loss, and a decline in productivity and engagement.
So, Now What?
Corporations must step up their efforts. The time has come to move from only the mental health awareness phase to sustainable and conducive actions for real-time insight and results.
Sustainable action now means a healthy, happy, productive workplace full of life, laughter, innovation, and engagement.