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Missed the Webinar?

Written by Geoff Thomas. Posted in News

Many thanks to all who joined us for our recent successful webinar "Expert Guidance on Managing and Assessing the Risks Associated with Workplace Stress".

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Free Expert Guidance on Managing and Assessing the Risks Associated with Workplace Stress

Written by Gerard O'Hanlon. Posted in News

Stredia helps your organisation to find the causes of stress and save money by continuously improving well-being.  We diagnose the root causes of workplace stress and reduce absence saving you time and money.

Join us for a FREE Webinar on April 23 at 15.00BST. Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:
https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/436758255

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.

Geoff Thomas, director of Stredia and an experienced consultant specialising in the Risk Management of Workplace Stress will be presenting the liabilities and challenges associated with workplace stress. He will discuss the causes of stress and how it can impact the performance of your ogranisation.

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Stress in the workplace to rise throughout EU

Written by Gerard O'Hanlon. Posted in News

Job-related stress is a concern for the large majority of the European workforce, according to the second European Opinion Poll on Occupational Safety and Health.

The survey, conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA), measured the opinions of over 35,000 members of the public in 36 European countries on contemporary workplace issues including job-related stress, and the importance of occupational safety and health for economic competitiveness and in the context of longer working lives.

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Record £4.4 million Compensation after ‘years of abuse’ left doctor unable to work again

Written by Geoff Thomas. Posted in News

A recent tribunal heard how years of systematic harassment of a doctor caused severe stress followed by depression. Although claiming unfair dismissal together with sexual and racial discrimination the case was exacerbated by the severe illness it caused. This was so severe that a clinical psychologist examining  her concluded ”