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icon Blog on Security Staff Management  •  posted 03/10/16
Released March 10, a survey by the American Psychological Association finds that Americans’ average stress levels rose from 4.9 in 2014 to 5.1 in 2015 (on a 10-point stress scale). Researchers have also found that dangerous work contributes to worker stress. Boredom, too, is a job stressor.
Does that sound like anyone's job you know?
For strategies to reduce stress among a security force and what it takes for a stress-reduction program to succeed, consult this management checklist.
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