It’s no secret the modern workplace can be stressful. Deadlines are tight, tempers are short, and at the end of a long day, your employees might feel like screaming out in frustration. However, employers can take steps to reduce workers’ stress and even channel it into something more positive. Learn how you can motivate your team to succeed while improving quality of life at work:

Provide Proper Training

One of the greatest sources of employee stress is not knowing what you’re supposed to do in a situation. After all, no one likes feeling incompetent or out of touch. To that end, training your employees is essential to mitigating stress. By providing both in-person training and documentation that can be referenced down the line, you give your workers the tools they need to succeed even in stressful circumstances.

Recognize Hard Work

Just as it’s important to provide employees with the tools to succeed, it’s crucial to recognize them for their successes. If your workers are often stuck dealing with stressed-out clients or frustrated customers, they might be in desperate need of some positive reinforcement. By acknowledging all the good work your teammates do, you give them the strength to take the rough days in stride.

Organize Aerobic Activities

It’s no secret that exercise is one of the best ways to fight stress. After all, taking a walk or hitting the gym releases endorphins that lift moods and raise spirits. If you notice your team’s afternoon slump is stretching into the next morning – and the day after that – think about creating a lunchtime walking group or even a weight loss challenge to reduce overall stress levels. Your workers will thank you.

Help Your Employees Excel on the Job

From helping you manage your team to locating top candidates for open slots, the recruitment team at Bolder Staffing, Inc. is here for all your hiring needs. You can rest assured knowing we’ll source, screen and even interview job candidates while you do what you do best: run a successful company. For more HR tips and tricks, call today or contact our staffers online.

 

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