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Title: Stress at work place and its management with special reference to defence field services
Researcher: Bhutnath Mahato
Guide(s): Deshmukh, Narendra V
Keywords: Psychology
Upload Date: 21-Feb-2014
University: Shri Jagdishprasad Jhabarmal Tibarewala University
Completed Date: 13-06-2013
Abstract: Background: In modern life style stress at workplace is unavoidable. Nature of all works is changing with great speed since last few decades and is continuing to change with greater speed. They have not left any profession be doctor or a businessman, pilot or even sales person. Stress is an inevitable part of work. Whether a treat is professional or arises from job it is a threat to the health of the employee. If such threat is to a worker of an organization then obviously it will also affect the wellbeing of that organization. It is actually a chronic disease which affects equally the health or the body and mind of the worker as well as his performance negatively. Such job stress mental or physical illness. In many cases it can even cause disability. In some cases even the help of psychiatric consultation becomes necessary to find out the amount of job stress. Occupational stress has always been a major cause of ill health reduction in production and health hazard leading to human mistakes. It may also lead to absenteeism, people not willing to work in the organization and increase in the cases of accidents. Unachievable targets in many corporate which causes undue stress on employees may be a great source of stress and misery. Which could be further aggravated by increase in workload, long hours of work without break and increase in pay compelling to work at full throttle always and every time may literally squeeze the workers. There may good health related working conditions suggested by managements which if followed the employees may be helped a lot to reduce stress. These will help to bridge the gap between the ideal conditions and the existing one. newline
Pagination: -
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/16123
Appears in Departments:Faculty of Fine Arts

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