The latest XpertHR research finds that line manager training is the most important
type of stress management training, although only a minority of employers
provide such training or undertake risk assessments.
Practical steps to manage stress: the 2011
survey This first instalment of XpertHR's 2011 research into
occupational stress examines the steps employers have taken to prevent or manage
stress in the workplace.
Stress management training: the 2010
survey Equipping line managers with good people management skills is
considered the most important type of training intervention for dealing with
stress at work, according to this earlier XpertHR survey.
Stress at work model policy
and procedure Use this model policy and procedure to set out the company's rules on stress at work and the steps to be taken to reduce the health and safety risks associated with stress.