According to the World Health Organization employers in the United States are losing over $300 billion a year on employee Stress. These losses are occurring from a combination of employee absenteeism, lower productivity, turnover, workers’ compensation, medical insurance and more. One of the biggest costs to employers is the mistakes made on the job by employees who are tired and stressed and are unable to focus and concentrate efficiently at their job. It’s probably not much different in other countries, especially since the United Nations International Labor Organization has defined Stress as a “global epidemic”. That all being said, stress management for employees is going to be the most important issue of the 21st century.
It is important for employers to understand that the stress experienced by their employees is not only caused at work but also caused by; poor diet, lack of sleep, lack of exercise, emotional issues, negative thinking, perceptions, relationship issues, problems at home, chemicals in food , chemicals in the environment, and a myriad of other problems. If you solve one or two of these issues, you are still left with stressed out employees who are costing you money. You first need to analyze and address every one of the stressors that an individual is experiencing in his/her life. Each person is unique and has a different set of stressors in their lives. Also, each person deals with stress differently than their co-workers. One example of this is, if you have two people working for the same bad boss with the same poor work conditions, one person could always be happy and healthy, the other person could be unhappy and sick. This is due to the employee’s perception and their ability to manage stress.
Most stress management programs in the world deal only with one or a few of the many causes of stress. These programs are not fully addressing “all of the issues” of stress and they are not saving employers any money. If an employer only focuses on the “on the job stress” or “emotional stress”, the employees are still suffering with other forms of stress in their lives. This is why Kimberly Palm created the P.E.A.C.E. Stress Management System®. After spending a few decades researching stress, time management, anti-aging, preventative medicine, natural healing, diet, exercise, quantum physics, and more, Kimberly Palm found out that there were no comprehensive programs on the planet that addressed every type of the 2,000 piece stress puzzle. Furthermore scientific research, along with the American Medical Association have concluded that 98% of illness is caused by stress we create and the other 2% is stress you inherit from your ancestors. If you are not dealing with every single type of stress you face, then you will still have health problems and more. Besides the negative impact on health, stress is reported to destroy relationships, cognitive brain function, decision making, finances, jobs, businesses, health and every aspect of life.
Many physicians and well known self-improvement experts have concluded that the P.E.A.C.E. Stress Management System® which is introduced in Kimberly Palm’s bestselling book, Conquering Stress: The Real Fountain of Youth” is the most comprehensive stress program on the planet. This program teaches people how to identify all of the types of stress in their lives and then teaches them practical, easy to implement skills, tools and information to conquer every area of stress in their lives. When an employee is able to manage every area of stress, their company will save money on absenteeism, turnover, insurance, disability, temp services, mistakes, accidents, injuries, bad decisions and all the other stress related work problems. If a company uses the P.E.A.C.E. Stress Management System®, they will also create a more harmonious and peaceful work environment, where people get along with one another and get more work done. The program can be customized for any type or size of business/organization.
Many employers believe that their Employee Assistance Program will help their employees with stress, however this is wrong. Unfortunately, over 90% of physicians, mental health practitioners and other health practitioners in the U.S. are burned out and stressed out. Medical and mental health schools do not teach their students stress management, time management, how to prevent overwhelm, how to have healthy work life balance or how to improve productivity. Kimberly Palm is known in the medical industry as the “Healer to the Doctors”, because she created a special program to teach physicians and other health practitioners skills that they do not learn in medical school or mental health school. Therefore, if you are expecting the resources in your E.A.P. programs or physicians and mental health practitioners to help your employees with stress, it may not be as successful as you expect it to be.
If you or your company is ready to save thousands or millions of dollars this year and from now on, please contact Kimberly Palm for a free company evaluation or book her for a workshop, seminar, or speaking event. Kimberly will customize an employee stress reduction program based on your budget, size of organization and time constraints. Kimberly has been teaching, speaking and coaching for over 25 years. You can find out more about her speaking and workshop/seminar titles on her speaking page of her website http://kimpalm.com/speaking. You can find out more about Kimberly and her corporate programs or contact her for complimentary business analysis through her website http://kimpalm.com
Kimberly Palm is the owner of Body & Mind Healing where she works as an internationally known stress expert, life and health coach, motivational speaker and bestselling author of the book “Conquering Stress: The REAL Fountain of Youth”. Kimberly is also the creator of the P.E.A.C.E. Stress Management System®, Healer to the Doctors™ program and Mind Power for Success™. She combines 3 decades of research, teaching, coaching and speaking experience to help people all over the world have healthier and happier lives, relationships and careers. You can book Kimberly for speaking engagements, find out more about her coaching services or book a consultation at http://kimpalm.com