Part IV looks at stress from a manager’s perspective. Line managers have a legal responsibility and a moral obligation to try to spot signs that stress may be affecting any team member’s health. They have a vested interest in looking for signs that stress may be affecting performance. As Chapter 16 discusses, the law does not expect managers to be mind readers, but to spot signs of stress that any reasonable person would. Part IV begins with the legal responsibilities of managers because it is often the first topic on the agenda when stress and stress management interventions are discussed within organizations.