MINNEAPOLIS—March 2, 2012—The bad news for U.S. employers is that 40 percent of turnover and 33 percent of Workers Compensation claims derive from stress. The good news is that stress is the number one modifiable health risk. An upcoming webinar from The Oxygen Plan will educate employers on this important and costly issue.
“Stress and Employee Engagement: What Employee Stress is Costing Your Business” will help attendees better understand how this silent epidemic affects engagement and productivity, as well as the bottom line. The complimentary webinar will be held on Thursday, March 8 from 1:00 p.m. — 2:00 p.m. Eastern time.
Presented by Dr. Donald E. Williams, chief science officer of The Oxygen Plan, the webinar will educate attendees on:
• A working definition of stress
• How stress erodes employee engagement
• The brutal facts about the costs of stress in the workplace
• What can be done to better identify and address stress
For nearly 18 years, Dr. Williams served on the staff of the Mayo Clinic as a consultant in clinical health psychology. He has been a clinical and consulting psychologist for over 25 years, specializing in stress and stress-related disorders. Lucas left a distinguished 22-year career with General Mills to launch The Oxygen Plan, a revolutionary solution for combating stress.
This webinar has been approved for one general recertification credit through HRCI. Registration for the webinar is available at https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/261067553.
About The Oxygen Plan
The Oxygen Plan is an online behavior change program that helps organizations reduce the costly and negative effects of stress in the workplace and at home, including increased healthcare expenses, chronic medical conditions, mental health issues, absenteeism and productivity losses, and reduced employee engagement. The company’s patent-pending stress management system teaches individuals to recognize the sources and symptoms of stress and provides them with tools and information for effectively reducing and avoiding stress. For more information, visit www.theoxygenplan.com.