All about stress.
And a moribund, failed UK newspaper.
29th May 2013
Here’s a link to a section of The Guardian online. This is the weekly live Q&A “open” forum discussion – on a subject of interest to Local Government employees:
This is usually a forum for experts in the field, and anybody else who’s interested and registered, to debate and discuss a given topic. This week, it was the subject of ‘Managing Stress in Local Government Jobs’. This is workplace stress – as suffered in increasing amounts – by local government employees UK wide, at all levels: Chief Executives and directors have personal obligations under the Health & Safety Executive for reducing stress in the workforce; whereas middle managers; social workers; teachers; administrative staff, manual workers, etc. have a different role to fulfil, that of lining up as sitting targets.
I know about stress. In fact, I know a lot about stress, having suffered it to…
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