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Take a Chill Pill – 4 Ways VoIP Reduces Employee Stress [Infographic]
July 7th, 2016

Take a Chill Pill – 4 Ways VoIP Reduces Employee Stress [Infographic]

Susan Vorodi

Stress in the workplace is increasing. Therefore, it is more important than ever develop stress-reduction strategies to help employees be happier, healthier, and more productive. View the following in...

Stress in the workplace is increasing. Therefore, it is more important than ever develop stress-reduction strategies to help employees be happier, healthier, and more productive. View the following infographic to learn how VoIP can help your employees chill out.

The latest research shows the two biggest stressors at work are work overload and issues with coworkers. So, how does VoIP help you reduce stress in these areas?

Read the original article, Take a Chill Pill: 4 Ways to Reduces Employee Stress with VoIP.

View the infographic below to learn more about the 4 ways VoIP reduces employee stress:

  1. Teleworking – Allowing your employees to work from home can be a great benefit to your business and your team.
  2. Automating Systems – Automatic call distribution can handle the ongoing inflow of phone calls without stressing out your employees.
  3. Reducing “Day Off” Stress – If employees must check email or voicemail, at least they don’t have to come by the office to do it.
  4. Improving Service – Route calls to the employee best equipped to handle the customer’s issue.

Stress isn’t completely avoidable, but it is manageable. Here is the infographic that illustrates how you can reduce that stress for your employees by supplying VoIP technology and the tools they need.

Take a Chill Pill – 4 Ways VoIP Reduces Employee Stress [Infographic]

Read the original article, Take a Chill Pill: 4 Ways to Reduce Employee Stress with VoIP.


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