It may be time to ramp up your efforts to help employees manage stress. According to a new Gallup Report, Americans are more stressed than people in most other countries; and their worries and fears are increasing. Over half (55%) of Americans surveyed said they experience stress during much of the day, and 22% said they regularly feel anger. Stress, anger, and worries are more common among younger Americans (those ages 15 to 49); and lowest-income people reported more negative emotions than the highest-income Americans. Among the poorest 20% of Americans, nearly 70% reported feeling stressed during the day. Among the programs or benefits that may help reduce stress including financial counseling/coaching, yoga/meditation and exercise classes, family activities, and tuition assistance or professional development opportunities. Read the full article.