by Kathleen Koster
Can summer be stressful? The shift from spring to summer actually appears to lead to an increase in stress levels, according to surprising new data.
While summertime is often seen as a leisurely season where Americans take time off for extended family vacations and enjoy long days at the beach, new research suggests time off doesn’t always translate into reduced stress. The data from meQuilibrium indicates that even if employees are spending less time in the office, factors outside the workplace may be contributing to higher stress. Read more at EBN