Essay heading: ?A discussion of the advances of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) management and the lessons applicable to future Occupational Stress management'.

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The Chartered Institute of Personnel Development Absence Management Survey (2005), indicates sickness absence accounts for 4% of working time, equivalent to 8.4 working days or $1200 per employee per year. In addition, the courts are awarding employees significant damages for work related stress. With both impacting on the ?bottom line', it is therefore not surprising that absence management and workplace wellness is becoming one of ?HR professionals' top three agenda items' (Human Resources Canada, 2002)...
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With both impacting on the ?bottom line', it is therefore not surprising that absence management and workplace wellness is becoming one of ?HR professionals' top three agenda items' (Human Resources Canada, 2002). According to the Health and Safety Executive, this progress is crucial as ?stress is likely to become the most dangerous risk to business in the early part of the 21st Century'...
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