In 2020, OTT giant, Netflix, captivated the realities of the struggle with substance abuse in the workplace. The docu-series “How to Fix a Drug Scandal” highlights the story of a chemist who was stealing illicit drugs from her workplace laboratory and consumed them for years. Although this tale about addiction and substance abuse shocked the system, we must understand that it is not a one-off incident. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) [https://www.samh
There is a saying “a solid day’s work is a noble act.” Work is great. But nobody likes to work too much. It is no fun when you have work piled up which triggers stress. Every year, overwork and burnout cost [https://healthyworknow.medium.com/the-cost-of-burnout-why-we-need-healthy-work-8a552a151603] billions of dollars to the organizations. Employees feel overwhelmed by the work pressure and it impacts their physical as well as spiritual wellbeing [https://blog.vantagecircle.com/workplace-spir
Occupational wellness is important as it is the key element to maintain a good work-life balance. If you are dissatisfied with your work, it could drain your life. It seeks to identify the stressors and make the necessary adjustments to omit them and achieve productivity and success at work.
The intensity of stress reaches its extreme limit, and we cannot take it anymore. In times like this, people tend to make life-threatening decisions like attempting suicide. here enters the emergence of a day to prevent suicidal tendencies known as World Suicide Prevention Day.