Taking care of your most important asset



It may be fair to say that the thought of another form of audit to add to the task list may fill some people with a sense of dread. However, a stress audit may be one of the most important exercises your organisation does as we navigate our way back from lockdown.

There is no dispute that one of the most important assets in a successful organisation is the staff team and this tool should be seen as a valuable way to recognise that. Now more than ever, workplaces and staff are more susceptible to stress.

The list of changes to our work and personal life since March is endless. There are however some things that employers can manage and in doing so they can will reap the benefits in the long term. HSE estimates that work related stress accounts for 54% of working days lost. Intervening to minimise work related stress is not only good practice from a managerial perspective but it also makes good business sense.

Carrying out a stress audit is a way to gain both individual and holistic perspectives on sources of stress in your workplace. This tool is useful for those who already know their team/s are stressed and equally valuable to those who do not believe it is a problem as it may offer insight into areas or scenarios they had not considered.

SHARE will arrange a fully tailored stress audit for your organisation and will work with you to establish the layout of your audit, work out what you want to know, what you need to know, identify any oversights, design your questionnaire, disseminate your results and assist with any training needs identified. The audits are costed on a daily rate of £550 and will be tailored to your organisation’s needs and budget. SHARE’s facilitator will discuss this with you during a FREE consultation.

If you would like to arrange a stress audit, or find our more information, please email info@share.org.uk and the team will be happy to assist.

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