Workload management is a crucial part of balancing your professional life with your personal needs.

Workload management and anxiety at work

With 46% of Australians considering their workplace mentally unhealthy, anxiety at work is a serious problem for organisations across the country.

In the absence of effective stress management and workload management, this can lead to poor professional and personal outcomes.

How mindfulness reduces anxiety at work and ensures a healthy work-life balance

  • Mindfulness helps you engage more fully in your present, preventing needless negative thoughts, overthinking, rumination and other defective styles of thinking
  • It helps you manage your stress better by taking one step at a time
  • Mindful communication helps you be more empathetic and connect meaningfully with colleagues, preventing petty conflicts
  • Mindfulness helps you disconnect from work when you leave your workstation - enjoy a stress-free time when you get home

How greater work balance also leads to a healthy workplace

A workplace is only as healthy as its least-stressed and least-anxious employee. A healthy workplace depends heavily on helping employees manage their stress effectively and making sure they handle their workload without compromising their personal lives and goals.

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Workload management provides you with the means to efficiently distribute and manage work across your team. When done successfully, it helps maximise employee performance and overall efficiency.
Techniques like mindful meditation can help you dispel absentmindedness, which leads to anxiety at work. This is where you’re turning thoughts over in your head instead of focussing on your work.
Focus on completing your work efficiently and drawing boundaries with yourself about how you deal with work outside the workplace. Take time off, rest well, and make time for your friends and family.
Yes. Teams with greater work-life balance tend to be motivated, less emotionally exhausted and stressed, and more eager to take on challenges. All of these contribute to increased productivity.
For a healthy workplace, invest in corporate wellness programmes, encourage greater work-life balance, encourage healthy behaviours and attitudes, and give employees the opportunity to feel heard.