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Secondhand Stress at Work - Zinny Factor
Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace

6 Ways to Avoid Secondhand Stress at Work

Have you ever had the feeling that someone at work has passed down stress to you (secondhand stress)? It could just be a colleague that’s continually complaining about an issue to you.

This is called: secondhand stress.

According to scientists, stress is contagious. This explains why when your colleague is sighing loudly, complaining, shuffling pieces of paper and maybe sending you emails in capital letters to show urgency at work, you automatically feel stressed out and extremely anxious in no minute.

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Mental Health Stress Work - Zinny Factor
Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace, New Worker

Workplace Stress: 8 Ways To Save Your Mental Health

The news we’ve heard lately have shown that we all indeed have to take care of our mental health.  No one is excluded. It’s only important to address ways to relieve stress because it’s a common experience for many workers in today’s busy world.

Chronic stress can result in loss of sleep, high blood pressure, anxiety, and a possibly weakened immune system and can contribute to health conditions such as depression, obesity, and heart disease. All of these affect our mental health. Do not underestimate the power of your job/ work in how it affects your life.

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Health Care Career - Zinny Factor
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Stress Doesn’t Have To Flatline Your Health Career

We all want to find satisfaction in what we do even if it’s a health career. Hence why we look for a ‘rewarding career’. We want to know that the job we dedicate our lives to will make at least some difference to others.

And, when it comes to careers which fit that bill, it doesn’t get better than healthcare. After all, those on the health frontlines save and change lives with every move.

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Stress and Quarrel
The Workaholic Series

The Workaholic Series: The Worst Ever Work Stress & Quarrel James Has Ever Encountered

James is on his way back from work. He can certainly feel today’s work stress. He isn’t listening to the radio this time around. He’s listening to a podcast he loves the most. He had always been of the opinion that it’s calming and listened often.

He increases the volume. It’s just at the perfect level for his hearing pleasure. Today he isn’t driving with his wife, Kathy. She had a doctor’s appointment and had informed him this morning that she will be going straight home afterward.

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Attention Healthcare Workers! Here’s How You Can Make Your Job Less Stressful

Working in the healthcare sector is hard no matter where you live. There are brilliant healthcare services that benefit people and ensures we don’t have to pay ridiculous amounts of money for basic health treatments.

The flip side of this is that it’s very demanding on healthcare workers. They’re often underpaid, have staff shortages, and work unbelievably long hours.

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

7 Activities to help Relieve Stress at Work during Lunch Break

Everyone gets to deal with stress at work at some point or the other. A tight deadline to meet. An appointment to keep. An important decision to make and not wanting to make a decision that ‘haunts’ you.

Work related stress can take a toll on your health because, unfortunately, you may be unable to drop the stress at work and head back home. It just doesn’t happen that way, these things are psychological.

Chronic stress can result in insomnia, high blood pressure, anxiety, and a possibly weakened immune system. It can also contribute to health conditions such as depression, obesity, and heart disease.

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

11 Tips For Managing Stress

The journey of life can be stressful and demanding, I admit. It is even worse with modern day life. The workplace cannot be left out, it unknowingly becomes stressful if you fail to handle stress properly and make the best of it.

The biggest mistake you will make is accepting that stress is a way of life. No, it isn’t. It may be unavoidable, but its negative effects can be curtailed.

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New Job - Zinny Factor
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

How Do You Know If A New Job Is Right For You?

You’ve filled out all of the online applications for a new job, sent over a resume and you’re invited for an interview. The interview goes brilliantly, they’re impressed with your experience and you get along well. A couple of weeks later, a letter lands on the doorstep and you open it. It’s a job offer!

Okay, in today’s world, you’d most likely be receiving your offer in your inbox!

But for some reason, you’re not sure how to feel about it. You know that you should be over the moon but there’s something bothering you. This happens to a lot of people and it’s because they don’t really know if the job is right for them. Even if a job seems perfect on the face of it, there are always things that might bother you.

It’s a tough position to be in, especially if your current job isn’t too bad. It’s not the best job in the world but it’s fine for now, do you really want to risk leaving for a job that might be wrong for you? On the other hand, if you don’t take that risk and accept the new job, you might be missing out on a great opportunity to further your career, so what are you supposed to do?

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LIfe Problems and Solutions - Zinny Factor
Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace, Inspiration

Little Known Ways To Get Rid Of These 2 Life Problems

Do you often think of some of the life problems we face as humans, better put adults? We all go through some form of obstacles in life.

Growing up, we watched cartoons that ended with: “and they lived happily ever after…” At least, I did. Naturally, we bought into the idea of never having any worries. We grew older, faced and still face a number of life challenges and find it somewhat difficult to navigate. But this shouldn’t be.

Do you think that if we were taught from a young age that adversity was a common thing with living we’d have learned to solve life issues easily?

As human beings, we are always looking to solve problems which have led to a number of inventions like electricity, internet, technology, etc. However, what’s most challenging is solving problems with our personal lives and dealing with our minds.

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