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Journey of Resilience

What is Organisational Resilience?

40
%
2
Resilience is recognised to be a
1 dynamic process that enables an Depression and anxiety account for 40% of:
individual to adapt in challenging
circumstances. When employees suffer
from depression and anxiety, both the
individual and the organisation suffer.

UNDERPERFORMANCE TIME OFF CHRONIC


AT WORK DISABILITY
In an analysis of over 225 academic studies, those with a positive
3 and stable mental health had 37% higher sales, 31% higher
productivity and their creativity was three times higher.

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What causes stress?
Stress can arise in response to circumstances in both our
professional and personal lives, but 54% of people say that

54
they find work life more stressful than their home life. %

37 31 x3
% %

HIGHER
SALES
HIGHER
PRODUCTIVITY
HIGHER
CREATIVITY vs

5 Workplace stress affects people in different ways:

Employees tend to attribute stress


to elements largely out of their
own control:

37 31
Find being

27 45
% % % %
understaffed
IN stressful

COMFORT EAT ARGUE WITH PUT ON WEIGHT


PARTNER AND FAMILY find colleagues
49 not doing their
%

MetLife Employee Benefits jobs properly


research showed that stressful
Some stress is good for us. Most of us need 47% of UK employees
goals and a degree of pressure to fulfill our said that their jobs were
potential. However, establishing a good stressful. find trying to
45
%

balance between drive and overworking meet performance


targets stressful.
is crucial for preventing levels of stress that

47
can become detrimental to an organisation. %

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Research among employees for the report was conducted among 1,052 adults aged 18+ by independent research agency Consumer Intelligence between November 4th and 10th 2015.