Stress Management in Offices for Managers

Stress in office settings has become a common concern, often impacting productivity and employee well-being. Any manager must develop the skills and knowledge to manage workplace stress and support their staff.

This Stress Management in Offices for Managers training course will give users a greater understanding of stress management in office environments. It outlines how to spot the symptoms of stress, identify common workplace stressors and establish control measures to protect staff, ensuring they can deliver their best at work.

The Course Includes:

Comprehensive yet easy-to-follow explanations

Certificate on completion

Simple login and user access

The latest industry best practice

Learning Outcomes:

Recognise signs of stress in the workplace

Understand common sources of workplace stress

Implement proactive strategies to reduce stress among team members

Develop productive workplace relationships

Enhance leadership skills in handling stress-related issues

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Stress Management in Offices for Managers

£25.00 +VAT

Courses Price per Course
1 - 10 £25.00
11 - 25 £22.00
26 - 50 £18.00
51 - 100 £12.00
101 - 200 £9.50

About Stress Management in Offices for Managers

This online training programme equips managers with practical strategies to identify and handle workplace sources of stress, letting them support their staff’s overall well-being and productivity.

It exclusively looks at stress management within an office environment, covering strategies specific to this work environment. Managers learn how to proactively tackle stress and create an office where employees feel calm, supported and able to do their best.

Why is Stress Management in Offices for Managers Important?

Work-related stress, anxiety and depression are significant issues in the UK, affecting 914,000 workers annually according to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). This figure accounts for more than half of all cases of work-related ill health. In 2021/22 alone, 17 million working days were lost due to work-related ill mental health.

HSE’s statistics also revealed that higher rates of stress were reported in professional and technical occupations, with a lack of managerial support being cited as a key factor.

What are your Responsibilities for Stress Management in Offices?

The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 both place a legal duty on employers to ensure their employees’ overall health, including their mental well-being.

Specific duties include:

  • Creating a safe and healthy working environment
  • Conducting regular risk assessments that include potential sources of stress or anxiety
  • Proactively addressing mental health concerns in the workplace
  • Training employees to recognise signs of distress in themselves and their colleagues
  • Taking reasonable steps to support employees’ mental health and well-being
  • Accommodating employees suffering from mental health issues

Failure to fulfil these duties may result in legal consequences and financial penalties.

By completing this stress management training online, managers can support their legal obligations while also gaining the knowledge to create a more supportive and productive work environment.

Course Outline

Single Module

40+ minutes

This course contains the following sections:

Covers the fundamentals of workplace stress, including its severity, adverse outcomes, legal obligations of employers and how managers can recognise signs of stress.

Explains how to identify hazards, evaluate potential harm, implement stress control measures and record and review findings.

Outlines common factors that contribute to workplace stress: workplace demands, staff control over work, employee support, workforce relationships, understanding roles, and workplace changes.

Why Choose Stress Management in Offices for Managers Training with Human Focus?

Study anytime and in bite-size sessions

More affordable than classroom training

Discounts on volume purchases

Excellent trainee support

Support employees experiencing work-related stress

Enhance productivity and the work environment by reducing stress

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Stress Management in Offices for
Managers Certification

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End of Course Assessment

At the end of the course, users must complete an assessment before earning their certification.

The end-of-course assessment is:

  • 100% online
  • Multiple choice

A score of 80% is required to pass the test.

Approved Certification

The CPD-certified certificate will be available for download and printing upon course completion.

What Does My Certificate Include?

The Stress Management in Offices for Managers training certificate includes the trainee’s name, company name, course name, completion date, expiration date and name of the approval body.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Workplace stress refers to the physical and emotional strain employees experience when they are unable to cope with job demands and pressures.

Workplace stress has been proven to negatively affect employee performance. This course empowers you to effectively address workplace stress, which can significantly enhance employee performance, productivity and overall well-being.

There are many different strategies to reduce stress in your workplace, such as providing resources for stress management and promoting a healthy work-life balance. It’s also essential to address the sources of stress in your office. This course will help you successfully use a range of strategies to create a healthier, low-stress office environment.

Common signs include decreased productivity, increased absenteeism and mood swings. Extended periods of stress can also cause physical symptoms such as headaches or sleep disturbances.

Effective communication helps you understand the issues harming your employees’ mental health, offer support and collaborate to find solutions, ultimately reducing workplace stress.