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The current study researches the results of stress-busting workshops on worker well-being and productivity in corporate backgrounds. Improving the distinction of the destructive effect of the workplace has achieved favor as a possible intervention to handle these challenges. The research operated a mixed-methods technique, incorporating quantitative data from pre- and post-workshop surveys with qualitative data collected via priority group discussions. Participants included workers from different branches in three medium-sized companies, with one as the authority group.
The Results reveal a significant advancement in worker well-being and anxiety management skills after participation in stress-busting workshops. Participants are found with decreased pressure levels, improved cognition of cognitive health problems and a greater capacity to tolerate workplace stress. Besides that, the workshops promoted a supportive work atmosphere, encouraging open transmission and decreasing the stigma surrounding mental health problems. Similarly, the study exposes an encouraging correlation between anxiety reduction and increasing productivity. Participants who participated in a stress reduction workshop had higher levels of job fulfilment and improved job implementation. The authority group expressed no notable transformations in well-being or productivity over the study course.