7 Psychosocial Risk Factors in the Workplace and How to Manage Them

Mental well-being in the workplace is essential for a thriving and productive organization..

Did you know that globally, around 12 billion workdays are lost each year due to mental health disorders like depression and anxiety? This equates to a staggering one trillion dollars annually in lost productivity.


Safety at work goes beyond preventing physical injuries—it encompasses ensuring the mental health of all your employees. Identifying psychosocial risk factors is crucial, but it can be challenging as these factors are not always obvious.


This comprehensive eGuide lists the most common psychosocial risk factors in the workplace and offers practical tips on how to manage them, helping you create an environment that supports the mental well-being of your team.

  • Workload and Work Pace
  • Interpersonal Relationships at Work
  • Role in the Organization
  • Organizational Culture
  • Work-Related Stress
  • Violence and Harassment
  • Lack of Work-Life Balance

Download our eGuide now to learn how to identify areas of concern, prioritize actions, and implement effective strategies to support your team’s mental health.


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