Let’s talk about mental health and the workplace. Of course, it’s a big topic, but it’s not the only thing to consider when dealing with troublesome employees. It’s also about encouraging and retaining good workers, according to the Michigan Manufacturers Association.
David Werthams, the association’s director of employment policy, told sister newspaper: Crane’s Detroit business It shows that stress from COVID-19, supply chains and inflation are leading to stress and burnout.
Michigan announced on January 12 that it is taking initiatives to focus on mental health for businesses. virtual meeting On January 19th, employees and employers will be able to attend and discuss the initiative.
“Work is the number one stressor for many people, and it never used to be,” said Michelle Kaminsky, an associate professor in the Department of Human Resources and Labor at Michigan State University. Crane’s Detroit.
In the worst-case scenario, workers who already feel at risk may turn violent. Forvia Metal Parts Sheet Factory Near Detroit that started as a disagreement over tools.
“Often there are a lot of people with stress, a lot of heartache, a lot of hardships. Vice President of UAW Local 155, representing factory workers.