Stress is nothing more than a socially acceptable form of mental illness -- Richard Carlson
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Breakthrough Tools for Workplace Stress

I used the tapping method for two issues. The first was for resolving something I was angry about. I went from feeling angry to being calm in just a few minutes. Secondly, I used tapping for a back pain that has plagued me for years. Even though I have tried acupuncture to no avail, and I take strong medication each day, the pain is constantly there. Using different methods I learned from Inroads, I was surprised to go from an intense pain to almost no pain within a few minutes. Now, I am confident I have a way to tap away my pain whenever it shows up in my back or body.

Larry Z.

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Excessive stress increases the liklihood of workplace accidents. Employees under too much stress tend to be less attentive and take shortcuts which in turn lead to accidents. The shortcuts only come to light afterwords. According to the Harvards Business Review, stress related accident claims are, on average, two times more costly than cases where stress was not a contributor.

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  • 19 percent of absenteeism
  • 40 percent of turnover
  • 55 percent of employee assistance programs
  • 30 percent of short- and long-term disability
  • 10 percent of drug plan costs
  • 60 percent of total workplace accidents

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