Acas helps Chichester College to develop an action plan to tackle and reduce stress in the workplace

Acas helps Chichester College to develop an action plan to tackle and reduce stress in the workplace
Document type
Case study
Corporate author(s)
ACAS Research and Evaluation
Publisher
ACAS
Date of publication
15 March 2010
Series
ACAS Case Studies
Subject(s)
People management: all aspects of managing people, Management & leadership: including strategy, public sector management, operations and production
Corporate subject(s)
Chichester College
Collection
Business and management
Material type
Reports

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This is a case study of the involvement of an Acas adviser in the stress audit carried out at Chichester College in 2008. It shows the journey of the organisation from a starting point where staff, managers and employee representatives were aware that the college was experiencing problems with stress but lacked the information and knowledge to address it, to a point where the college had put in place a framework for recognising and responding to stress at the earliest opportunity.

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