Stress Management Manage stress at the workStress is considered as a feeling of pressure. Workplace stress gives negative impact on the physical and emotional responses that can occur due to the conflict between the job demands of the employees. It is also normal and a constant part of everyday life. The stress can arise due to high workload, lack of social support, unclear performance expectations in the workplace. It is essential that the stress should be managed in an effective manner so that the employees can conduct their day to day operation in an efficient manner. The following are the points that should be taken into consideration to manage stress (Aldwin & Levenson, 2013).Create boundariesIn the recent scenario, it can create pressure to be available 24 hours. So in this case, the work-life boundaries should be a. The rule should be made to check the email from home in the evening and also not to answer the call at the time of dinner. People have different perceptions when the work life and home are taken into consideration. The clear boundaries should be made so that the stress can be managed (Jaremko & Meichenbaum, 2013). TrainingEmployee's performance can give a contribution to the workplace stress. It is analyzed that if the employees are not working in an effective manner and are under the pressure of work, then proper training should be given. The employer should give training services to assist employees in enhancing the knowledge of the chosen field. Training enhances knowledge and working pattern of the employees. If the employee is suffering from work stress, then it very important aspect that should be taken into consideration. Training supports the employees and also helps to work in an efficient manner (de Vibe, et. al., 2013).Improve communicationEffective communication can enhance the teamwork, problem-solving and also the decision making. It is essential for the employers to create clear channels of communication with the employees. If clear communication is made between the employer and employees of the organization and also the problems are listened in an effective manner, then it can reduce workplace stress and also the feeling of isolation (Folkman, 2013). It is not only sufficient to hear the problem that is raised by the employee but also it is the responsibility of the employer to
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