Psychosocial Risk Management

Psychosocial risks are constituted from organizational factors including aspects of the design and management of work, lack of supportive relationships, job insecurity or company culture that have the potential for causing psychological or physical harm to employees. Societal or sectoral factors, such as a highly competitive climate or an economic recession have been identified by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work as factors that can have an aggravating effect on psychosocial risks in the workplace.

Exposure to psychosocial risk factors at work may result in a heightened state of work-related stress, which negatively impacts employee’s skills and efficiency in performing tasks. It can also have adverse organizational impacts on work-team relations, quality of  work, absenteeism,  employee  turnover, customer satisfaction and  employee’s  compensation  claims. Hellas  EAP Psychosocial Risk Management represents a systematic process within the organizational context that can contribute positively to employees’ well-being, health and productivity as well as to organizational performance and growth.

«Psychosocial Risk Management is synonymous with good business practice»


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