Regulations are supposed to counter risk, but they increase employees’ stress. Regulation will not decrease, so how can we reduce the total stress on staff?
This whitepaper analyses the key areas of work that increase stress and strain and provides suggestions for how to minimise these touch points optimising employee experience in financial services
We uncover the importance of finding out who is experiencing what kind of stress, when, and why. We also discuss how to find the ‘sweet spot’ where employees put in the effort while being clear headed enough to think carefully about the decisions they make, and the benefits that employees actually find helpful.
All of these things can help alleviate stress on your workforce and in turn establish a healthier, more productive environment. Download the whitepaper today to find out more
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