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Introduced by Thierry Malleret, Co-Founder, The Monthly Barometer

This eye-opening article makes the point that U.S. workers are both overworked and overwhelmed. According to a recent paper from Harvard and Stanford Business Schools , health problems directly a result of job-related anxiety (like hypertension, cardiovascular disease and decreased mental health) now account for more deaths each year than Alzheimer’s or diabetes. Read more about how – and why – workplace stress is killing about 120,000 Americans every year…

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One thought on “Harvard and Stanford Business School on Stress”

  1. Have to say that workplace stress is something that we will see more of, and workplace wellness is going to be crucial for the health of our companies.

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