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How to Create a Less Stressful Work Environment - Finnegan Pierson - Blog

How to Create a Less Stressful Work Environment

Approximately 40% of the workers in America report their job is very stressful. Working in a stressful and chaotic environment is problematic for a number of reasons. If you and your employees are stressed out all of the time, it will affect morale and productivity levels. The lower your productivity levels go, the more money you will ultimately lose.

Having higher levels of stress can also affect your life outside of work. Highly stressed people are more likely to develop serious mental and physical health issues. This is why you need to get a handle on your work-related stress issues. The best way to do this is why creating a less stressful work environment. Here are some tips on how you can accomplish this goal.

 Learn How to Delegate

If you are a small business owner, you probably have trouble letting go of full control of your company. As a business starts to grow, a business owner will no longer be able to handle every task on their own. This is usually why an entrepreneur will hire team members. However, you need to make sure you are using your new employees properly. If you are still handling the majority of the work in your office, it may be time to look at your ability to delegate.

Allowing trusted members of your team to handle time-consuming tasks can be beneficial for everyone involved. This helps you free up more time and it helps your employee feel valued. Delegating properly will require both great people and negotiation skills. Honing your negotiation skills will be easy if you take a negotiation training course. The time and effort you put into doing this course will pay off in the long run.

Getting Organized is a Must

Most people fail to realize how important a clean and well-organized workspace is. If your workspace is in a constant state of disarray, it is only a matter of time before this disorganization starts to affect your business. Instead of letting important tasks fall through the cracks or customers to get ignored, you need to start getting organized.

One of the best ways to eliminate the aggravation of paper clutter is by embracing the power of technology. Most modern businesses use digitized documents and store them on cloud-based servers. By doing this, you can eliminate paper waste and make your documents more accessible to team members. If you are have recently hired remote workers, having a cloud-based network is crucial. By providing these team members with access to the cloud, you can help them increase their productivity levels.

Make a Plan of Action Every Day

A lot of the stress you deal with on a daily basis probably has to do with a lack of structure. This is why you need to work on developing a plan of action each morning. Making a list of what you have to do can help to keep you on track. While there will be surprises during the day, this schedule can help you avoid meltdowns.

Having an outline of your day can also help you to better prepare for things like meetings or interactions with customers. Properly preparing for these events can help you close deals and grow your business. Luckily, there are a number of scheduling and task management apps on the market. These apps make it easy for you to manage your day from a phone.

Get Time Away from Work

Another effective tactic to use when trying to reduce work-related stress is to take some time off on occasion. Trying to work seven days a week can wear you out quickly. Overworking can lead to lots of mistakes and lots of stress. This is why taking time off is a good idea.

Don’t Wait to De-Stress Your Workspace

The longer you wait to remove stress from your work environment, the harder it will be to avoid serious problems. With the help of your entire team, creating a stress-free work environment will be a breeze.

Publish Date: April 8, 2020 1:02 PM

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