Management of Stress at Work Place

Authors : Komal Kothari

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 2 - February

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Stress at work place is common in today’s era, but a little stress is always good for the work place it helps one to work harder and achieve its work goals, but as the level of stress increase it starts causing negative impact on mental and physical health of an employee. Stress can be positive and negative; while the positive stress is good the negative stress is not. Mainly stress arises as a result of work burden, time barred task, hectic schedule, when there is more job demand on the employees as compared to the amount of ability of that person to meet those demands. Generally stress is denoted as a deviation from normal functioning of body and mind It should be borne in mind that since stress is multifaceted phenomenon there is no simple solution available for the same, therefore action must be taken to eliminate as many sources of stress one can, Work related stress is not only limited to the working area but it also impacts the personal space of an employee, this study aims on how an employee should dealt with the stress due to work pressure or any other reason at work place. This study also helps to know more about causes, symptoms and effects of stress. Many a times the change in working environment also leads to stress. Generally Perceived Stress Scale (PSS) is used by many researchers to measure the level of stress. They conduct various survey and questionnaires to measure the same like, L. Harris Poll gathered information on 2,387 respondents in the U.S

Keywords : Stress Management, working environment, work burden, Employer, Employee.


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