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STATISTICS

Stress costs U.S. industry over $300 Billion a year in medical/legal/insurance costs, accidents, absenteeism, turnover, diminished productivity, workers compensation awards, and tort/FELA judgements. Stress cost Canada $16 Billion and the U.K. $7 Billion a year.
- American Institute of Stress.

80% of workers feel stress on the job.
- Gallup Poll.

Up to 80% of accidents on the job are due to stress.
- American Institute of Stress.

1 Million absences each day in the workplace are stress-related.
- Northwest National Life.

62% of workers routinely find that they end the day with work-related neck pain, 44% reported stressed-out eyes, 38% complained of hurting hands and 34% reported difficulty in sleeping because they were too stressed-out.
- 2000 Integra Survey.

Health care expenditures are nearly 50% greater for workers who report high levels of stress.
- Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.

Problems at work are more strongly associated with health complaints than are any other life stressor—more so than financial problems or family problems.
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Experts estimate that it costs American employers $700 million per year to replace the 200,00 men aged 45 to 65 who die or are incapacitated by coronary artery disease.
- Living with Stress. Penguin Health.

Workers who must take time off work because of stress, anxiety, or a related disorder will be off the job for approximately 20 days.
- Bureau of Labor Statistics

60% of all managers felt that stress related illness was pervasive among their workers.
- Gallup Poll.

Every time a grievance is brought up, lost productivity by the employee and those around him/her is approximately 80 work hours.
- Personnel Journal. Wilson, B.
                                                                                                                          
40% of job turnover is due to stress.
- Bureau of National Affairs.

People experiencing uncontrollable stress results in a deterioration in their cognitive processes, resulting in diminished problem-solving abilities.
- Freeman and Company. Seligman, M.

As stress level increases, our intellectual, emotional, and interpersonal functioning becomes more primitive and therefore, less effective.
- Human Brian, Human Learning. Hart, L.

29% had yelled at co-workers because of workplace stress.
- 2000 Integra Survey

45% of workers list job insecurity as having a significant impact on work stress levels.
- Gallup Poll.

40% of workers described their office environment as ?most like a real life survivor program."

26% of workers said they were "often burned out by their work."
- National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

25% of workers has taken a mental health day off from work to cope with stress.
- American Psychological Association.

Employees at small companies are more than twice as likely to find social support.
- American Institute of Stress.                   

An average of 20 workers are murdered each week in the U.S. making homicide the second highest cause of workplace deaths and the leading one for females.
- Department of Health and Human Services.

Over 200 Million Americans seek help for stress each year.
- American Institute of Stress. 

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