"Job stress is estimated to cost companies more than $300 billion a year in health costs, absenteeism and poor performance".

American Institute of Stress 

  • Increased awareness and self-management of stress reactions.
  • Greater confidence, balance and clarity under acute stress.
  • Quicker physiological and psychological recalibration following acute stress.

  • Improved work performance

  • Improved communication and greater cooperation within work teams.

  • Reduced distress, anger, sadness, fatigue, sleeplessness and physical stress symptoms.

In addition, consider these statistics:​​

  • 40% of job turnover results from stress.

  • Healthcare expenditures are nearly 50% greater for workers who report high levels of stress.

  • An estimated 60% of all job absenteeism is caused by stress.

  • Depression and unmanaged stress are the top two most costly risk factors in terms of medical expenditures.

  • They increase health-care costs two to seven times more than physical risk factors such as smoking, obesity and poor exercise habits.

  • Employees who perceive they have little control over their jobs are nearly twice as likely to develop coronary heart disease as employees with high perceived job control.