Workplace Stress Management Market Size- KBV Research

The Global Workplace Stress Management Market size is expected to reach $11.3 billion by 2025, rising at a market growth of 8.5% CAGR during the forecast period. 

Stress is a major health issue of modern times which affects millions of people worldwide. Individuals are suffering from many forms of stress. Stress at the workplace is among the most common types of stress. Excessive occupational tension affects workers' productivity, efficiency, and physical and emotional wellbeing. Conditions such as anxiety, depression, fatigue, chronic headache, and apathy are among the common signs of excessive stress in the workplace. Managing stress at the workplace has become an important aspect of health care.

A stress risk assessment is a systematic method of recognizing and assessing factors that cause employee stress related to the work. Employers have a legitimate duty to protect workers from occupational stress by doing and acting on a risk assessment. The benefits of workplace stress management are fairly obvious. The quality of employees' working life will be better; their productivity and morale will boost; their attendance levels go up and the absence of sickness will go down-all of this can be achieved with stress management programs.

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