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Employee stress
Employee stress
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Employee stress
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Employee stress

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  • 1. Employee Stress
  • 2. What Is Stress?• Stress is a feeling thats created when we react to particular events. Its the bodys way of rising to a challenge and preparing to meet a tough situation with focus, strength, stamina, and heightened alertness.• Stress is your bodys way of responding to any kind of demand.
  • 3. Forms of stress• General stress• Cumulative stress• Acute traumatic stress• Post traumatic stress
  • 4. General stress• Everyone has this kind of stress• It resolves itself within a day or two• No intervention is necessarily required.
  • 5. Cumulative stress• Stress builds up in your body• It becomes more difficult to alleviate your symptoms• You may have more serious physical symptoms and mental anguish
  • 6. Acute traumatic stress• Critical incident stress• Produces considerable physiological distress• A normal reaction to abnormal events
  • 7. Post traumatic stress• Severe stress produced by severe physiological trauma• Created by unresolved critical incident stress• Produces lasting changes
  • 8. Causes of stress
  • 9. Causes of stress
  • 10. Causes of stress
  • 11. Causes of stress
  • 12. Causes of stress
  • 13. Causes of stress
  • 14. Causes of stress
  • 15. Causes of stress
  • 16. Causes of stress
  • 17. Causes of stress
  • 18. Causes of stress
  • 19. Implications of stress
  • 20. Approaches to stress management
  • 21. VentilationTo improve air quality• Ban smoking• Open windows• Have plants in the room.
  • 22. Benefits of stress management

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