For Stress Awareness Month, we want to cover all avenues. We decided therefore, to seek the advice of a true professional and create a video series for you!

In this episode, Julian talks us through how to manage and determine if you are suffering from Workplace Stress.

Enjoy our first episode on stress awareness? You’ll love episode two!

(But don’t worry- if you missed out on our first video – you can click here to access it now!)

Estimated watch time: Approx 2 minutes 40

If you haven’t got the time to sit back and relax with a cup of tea right now, you can always come back later or read the main points below!

Episode Two: Workplace Stress

Julian explains that everyone is largely responsible for their relationship with stress. Things like your lifestyle, choice of behaviour and your responses to life and people contribute towards it. If you are finding yourself constantly stressed at work, you need to start at the centre of the problem. Assess yourself first. Could there be other factors affecting your work?

Next Steps

If you’ve already done this, the next step is to talk to your manager and relay how you are feeling. This can be really hard to do and people are often in fear of looking incapable of work, and worry how they will be perceived by their superiors. Most employers will be empathetic and make reasonable adjustments in order to support you through a tough time. If your employer or manager are unsympathetic, maybe they are not the sort of employer you want to continue working for!

If you enjoyed this video, please leave feedback in the comments! Also – keep your eyes peeled for Episode Three!

And as always, if you found this video useful, please share on your favourite social platforms for your family and friends.

Did you know – we do Mental Health First Aid Courses? Click here if you’d like some more information! 🙂


Jessica Clarke-Wheatley

Jessica Clarke-Wheatley

Jessica is the Brand and Communications Officer nationally for SkillBase First Aid. She loves sharing stories about how SkillBase First Aid turns people in 'Standby-Superheroes'.

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