Essay on Management and Stress a. Good

Submitted By KansasLewis1
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Pages: 3

Eng. 102 Assignment two:
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Leads to absenteeism
High costs for compensation for stress-related illnesses
Proper nutrition
Numerous stress-reduction techniques
Good idea to conduct interviews to find out levels; causes, and extent of stress in the workplace
Low morale caused by stress
Higher insurance claims for employees physical aliments
Myth to see stress leading to greater productivity
Various tapes used to teach relaxation
Environmental factors- too hot? Too cold?
Setting priorities
Wellness campaign
Skills to relax
Need privacy
Affects management
Breathing exercises
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I. Causes of stress A. proper nutrition B. low morale C. environmental factors D. need privacy
II. Effects of stress A. Higher insurance claims for employees physical aliments

B. Management

C. Leads to absenteeism

D. Numerous stress reduction techniques

III. Resources to help with stress A. Good idea to conduct interviews to find out levels, causes, and extent of stress in the workplace

B. Myth to see stress leading to greater productivity

C. Various tapes used to teach relaxation

D. Wellness campaign

E. Skills to relax

F. Breathing exercises
3. cont. next page

To: Bob
From: Kansas
Date: August 2, 2013
Subject: Problems of stress in the workplace and the necessity of creating a stress management program.
Stressful and repetitive work tasks can have negative psychological effects on employees over time. Work tasks with absolutely no room for creativity or professional growth can be psychologically stressful to employees. Also tasks in which employees do not fully comprehend the strategic relevance and productive contributions of what they are doing. Consequences of the type of psychological stress that arises when employers structure human jobs to resemble machines' jobs include steadily decreasing productivity, increasing production mistakes and losing employees to competitors.
Dysfunctional coworker relationships, or hostile relationships between supervisors and subordinates, can have corrosive effects on employee morale, boosting everyone's stress levels. Stressful workplace relationships introduce personal biases, emotional considerations and politics into a company, potentially incurring the consequences of lost productivity and efficiency due to a lack of…