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Fuencisla Clemares, Google Spain and Portugal President Helena Herrero, HP Spain and Portugal President Pilar López, Microsoft Spain President Marta Martínez, IBM Spain, Portugal, Greece and Israel President Keynote moderated by: IESE Prof. Sandra Sieber
In one survey, 61 percent of employees said that workplace stress had made them sick and 7 percent said they had actually been hospitalized. Job stress costs US employers more than $300 billion annually and may cause 120,000 excess deaths each year. In China, 1 million people a year may be dying from overwork. People are literally dying for a paycheck. And it needs to stop.
Exploring a range of important topics including layoffs, health insurance, work-family conflict, work hours, job autonomy, and why people remain in toxic environments, Pfeffer offers guidance and practical solutions all of us—employees, employers, and the government—can use to enhance workplace wellbeing. We must wake up to the dangers and enormous costs of today’s workplace.
Speakers Prof. Jeffrey Pfeffer, Professor of Organizational Behavior, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University Prof. Nuria Chinchilla, Professor of Managing People in Organization, IESE
Moderator Prof. Fabrizio Ferraro, Professor of Strategic Management, IESE
Jeffrey Pfeffer, Organizational Behavior, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University; Nuria Chinchilla; Fabrizio Ferraro