Organizational behavior mgt 2023 group assignment work stress and it’s management

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Organizational behavior mgt 2023 group assignment work stress and it’s management

  1. 1. Work Stress and It’s Management PREPAREDFOR: MISS ANDIKNURULJANNAHBINTI HJ. BACHUK PREPAREDBY: FELYSITA BINTI SAMUDIN KASNIDARBINTI NURDIN ELEVENIE JOHN BAPTIST NURUL SYAFIQAHBINTI MUNIRSAH ZAINURHAZZATI AZREEN BINTI ZAINUDIN JACQULYN ANNABELLA JAMILUS MOHDSUPAAT BIN BUJANG MOHDYUSOPBIN MANDU MOHDRIZAL BIN BAHARI MOHDKHAIRUL NIZAM
  2. 2. Stress An unpleasant psychological process that occurs in response to environmental pressures Work Stress and Its Management
  3. 3. Work Is the Biggest Source of Stress for Most “What area of your life causes you the most stress on a regular basis?” Area Causes Most Stress My job 26% My finances 20% My relationships 21% My children 10% School 8% Fear of disaster/terror attack 3% Other 8%
  4. 4. An opportunity when it offers potential gain • Challenge Stressors Stressors associated with workload, pressure to complete task and time urgency. • Hindrance Stressors Stressors that keep you from reaching your goals Types of Stress
  5. 5. Stress is associated with: • Demands Responsibilities, pressures, obligations, and even uncertainties that individuals face in the workplace • Resources Things within an individual’s control that can be used to resolve demands Work Stress and Its Management
  6. 6. A Model of Stress
  7. 7. Potential Sources of Stress • Environmental Factors - Economic uncertainties of the business cycle - Political uncertainties of political systems - Threats of terrorism in developed and developing nations - Innovations can make an employee’s skills in similar forms of technological change.
  8. 8. • Organizational Factors - Task demands related to the job - Role demands of functioning in an organization - Interpersonal demands created by other employees Potential Sources of Stress (cont’d)
  9. 9. • Personal Factors - Family and personal relationships - Economic problems of overextended financial resources - Personality problems arising from basic disposition • Stressors Are Additive - Each new and persistent stressor adds to an individual’s stress level Potential Sources of Stress (cont’d)
  10. 10. Individual Differences • Perception - Moderate the relationship between a potential stress condition - One person to fear losing his job • Job Experience - Selective withdrawal - People eventually develop coping mechanism to deal with stress
  11. 11. • Social Support - Collegial relationships with co-workers or supervisors - Social support buffers job stress • Personality - Aspect that manifests itself in hostility and anger - People who are quick to anger, maintain a persistently hostile outlook. Individual Differences (cont’d)
  12. 12. Cultural Differences • The job conditions that cause stress show some differences across cultures. • Occur in collectivist cultures, working extra hours whereas in individual cultures seen as a means to personal achievement
  13. 13. Consequences of Stress
  14. 14. Consequences of Stress (cont’d) • Physiological Symptoms - Specialists in the health and medical sciences. • Psychological Symptoms - The simplest and most obvious psychological effect • Behavioral Symptoms - Changes in productivity, absence and turnover
  15. 15. Managing Stress (cont’d)
  16. 16. Managing Stress (cont’d) • Individual Approaches - An employee can take personal responsibilities for reducing stress level. - Time management techniques: (1) making daily lists of activities to be accomplished (2) prioritizing activities by importance and urgency
  17. 17. Managing Stress (cont’d) (3) scheduling activities according to the priorities set (4) knowing your daily cycle handling the most demanding parts of your job when you are most alert and productive (5) avoiding electronic distractions which can limit attention and reduce efficiency
  18. 18. • Organizational Approach - Selection and job placement - Training - Goal-setting - Redesigning jobs - Increasing employee involvement - Organizational communication - Employee sabbaticals - Corporate wellness programs Managing Stress (cont’d)
  19. 19. Thank You 

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