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Posts from February 2023

Presenteeism can lead to burnout, stress, and physical health problems such as sleep deprivation, headaches, and even heart disease. These health issues can reduce an individual's ability to perform at their best, leading to decreased productivity and decreased job satisfaction. In turn, this can lead to a vicious cycle of decreased morale and increased presenteeism. 
In addition to the health impacts, presenteeism can also have a significant impact on the organisation's bottom line. When employees are feeling overwhelmed, they may struggle to focus and complete tasks to the best of their ability, leading to decreased productivity and efficiency. This can result in missed deadlines, decreased quality of work, and even decreased profits. 
So, what can organisations do to prevent presenteeism and promote a healthier work-life balance for their employees? Here are a few effective strategies: 
Encourage flexible work arrangements: Allowing employees to have more control over their schedule can help reduce stress and burnout, as well as improve overall job satisfaction. 
Provide support for employee well-being: This can include access to healthcare services, corporate counselling services, physical therapies or employee assistance programs. 
Promote healthy habits: Encourage employees to take breaks, stretch, and engage in physical activity throughout the day. 
Lead by example: Managers and leaders can help set the tone by modelling a healthy work-life balance and encouraging their team to do the same. 
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