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As uncertainty increases so do feelings of anxiety and insecurity. This increases the risk of stress. Approaches that reduce uncertainty and ambiguity reduce the risk substantially. Many of these approaches involve communication and decision making. Reducing uncertainty is particularly important in times of organisational change when the risk of stress is high.
A Local Council concerned that stress was the major factor for recent increases in sickness absence levels. The council contacted In Equilibrium and advised that stress was the major factor in recent increases in absence statistics. In response they had …