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  • 1. STRESS BY KRISHNA SOUJANYA M120002MS
  • 2. Work stress and its Management • Increasing problem in organization • 54% employee in INDIA feel overworked • Too much work, too little time • Employees stress - balance work and family responsibilities
  • 3. What is Stress?• Stress is a dynamic condition in which an individual is confronted with an opportunity, demand, or resource related to what the individual desires and for which the outcome is perceived to be both uncertain and important.
  • 4. Stress Management• Stress is not bad• It also has positive values (athlete, students)• Heavy workloads and deadlines as positive challenges (quality and satisfaction enhanced)• Challenge stressors and hindrance stressors• Demand and resource
  • 5. Understanding stress & its consequences• What cause stress?• Effect of stress on different persons.• Model of stress – potential sources of stress• Symptoms – physiological, psychological, and behavioral.
  • 6. Categories of potential Stressors •Environmental Factors •Organizational Factors •Personal Factors
  • 7. Environmental Factors:•ECONOMIC UNCERTAINTIES•POLITICAL UNCERTAINTIES•TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE
  • 8. Organizational Factors: •Tasks Demands •Role Demands •Interpersonal Demands
  • 9. Individual Differences •Perception •Job Experience •Social Support •Belief in locus of control •Self- efficacy •Hostility
  • 10. Personal Factors: •Family •Economic Problems •Personality
  • 11. Consequences of Stress• High blood pressure• ulcers• irritability• difficulty in making routine decisions• loss of appetite• accident proneness etc.• Hair loss
  • 12. Managing Stresso At individual level o Implementing time management techniques o Increasing physical exercises,YOGA.. o Relaxation techniques (Recreation activities) o Expanding social network
  • 13. Managing stress….o At Organizational level o Improved personnel selection & job placement o Training o Use of realistic goal setting o Redesigning of jobs o Improved organizational communication o Increased employee involvement o Establishment of corporate wellness programs