are likely to be less focused and motivated. Towards this end, employees should be taught stress management strategies and techniques so that they can be able to better perform optimally at the workplace; as this would further enhance the performance of the organization.
There are many strategies that organizations could adopt in an attempt to manage workplace stress. To begin with, they could facilitate and promote employee exercise programs. This could be done by enrolling employees in gyms or having an in-house gym at work that employees can use after work hours for free. According to Alters and Schiff (2011), “physical activity can metabolize… Continue Reading...
engagement, families of employees, and the corporation itself.
· To determine the way effective supervision influences work stress.
· To analyze the methods applied by other corporations towards achieving effective stress management.
· To determine how employee engagement is impacted by work stress.
The final two objectives will aid corporations in analyzing if it is important to finance stress reduction and management via effective monitoring of their workers.
The results derived especially with the aid of volunteers will be important in carrying out a survey with the basic intent of discovering how stress affects employees and the ways it can be reduced.
4. Research Questions and Hypotheses
This research tries to answer these questions;
· What causes work stress?
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leads to cardiovascular disease. Effective stress management is therefore considered a critical component of heart health, with implications for healthcare practice.
In “Psychological Stress and Cardiovascular Disease,” Dimsdale (2008) provides a systematic review of literature on the relationship between stress and cardiovascular disease. According to Dimsdale (2008), there have been over forty thousand individual studies focusing on stress and heart disease: a strong indicator of the relevance of the issue for healthcare in general. Some of the studies point to direct correlations between heart health and “myocardial infarction, myocardial ischemia, and wall motion abnormalities,” according… Continue Reading...
support networks and access to power, stress and stress management, and organizational commitment. Many personality trait differences transcend both culture and gender, with implications for achievement of organizational goals. The researchers conduct several empirical studies using convenience samples and questionnaires to yield quantitative data. Ultimately, the research shows that inclusion is strongly linked to organizational commitment, as are the other variables like stress. The implications are that different personalities can work together to achieve organizational goals when there are active mechanisms and methods in place for inclusivity, cooperation, and stress management.
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temper is directly linked to ineffective stress management. If I learn better stress management techniques, I can become more emotionally intelligent as I grow more aware of my feelings. I can learn how to recognize the early warning signs of stress, such as increased heart rate, and take time before responding to situations that may create angry reactions. Being aware of my emotions is a major aspect of emotional intelligence, which is why mindfulness meditation can also become important to self-development.
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