Workplace stress consultants In Equilibrium have devised the Academic Lifestyle Management workshop in a bid to help university and college professionals to deal with the pressures of present day Academia. Insomnia is one of the many areas covered in a programme aimed at improving the health and performance of academic and support personnel in the education sector.
According to a survey of 14,250 University and College Union members released last year, almost three quarters find their job stressful. Key stress factors reported by respondents were lack of time to undertake research, excessive workloads, lack of resources to undertake research and poor work/life balance.
During the last five years, In Equilibrium has acquired considerable knowledge about the internal pressures of the Higher Education system, by providing training and employee opinion survey services to 36 universities and colleges throughout the UK.
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