Minimising and Managing Workplace Stress

A First Steps NZ Resource by the Mental Health Foundation

This resource is designed to support understanding around workplace stress, including how work impacts stress, how stress impacts individuals and what works to minimise and manage stress. Because stress is triggered by both what is happening around us and by our own personal experiences, this resource helps you explore what organisations can do to minimise and help manage stress, as well as what individuals can do.

Stressed woman sitting at her work desk

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