Stress In The Workplace
Stress in the workplace can be caused by many things.
Do you feel that you have too much to do and not enough time?
Do you think you work long hours and have too many responsibilities?
Do you have conflict with other coworkers or being pressured by boss?
Or perhaps you feel that your job security is under threat.
If so, then workplace stress could be affecting you, your organization and the society at large.
Workplace stress results in increased absenteeism, reduced productivity and performance. For the individual, workplace stress can significantly affect your health. Do you display any of these symptoms of stress?
Whether you experience workplace stress depends on the job you are doing, your psychological make-up and factors such as your general health and personal life.
While workplace stress should ultimately be dealt with at the organizational level, there are many things you can do to deal with stress in the workplace
You may be confronted with long work hours, tight deadlines, conflicting roles, boring work, over or under supervision, harassment and poor relationships with others, to name a few.
Here are some of the many things you can do if you are suffering from workplace stress
See professional help from a counselor, psychologist or doctor if you feel that work stress is a continual problem for you, despite your best efforts.
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