Stress Among Employees — How to Deal With It?

  • no challenges and monotony of actions,
  • too much workload,
  • restrictive rules,
  • no development opportunities,
  • undefined role in the organization,
  • bad atmosphere at work and lack of interpersonal relationships,
  • destructive organizational culture,
  • unclear communication within the company,
  • work-life imbalance.

Effects of occupational stress

How to deal with stress at work?

  • exercise assertiveness, not try to please everyone and avoid perfectionism;
  • learn time management and its organization — it will help you plan tasks better and avoid chaos;
  • do relaxation and breathing exercises, meditate;
  • in the office, try not to give in to negative emotions, take care of a good atmosphere;
  • take care of your comfort at work (comfortable chair, adequate lighting and temperature).
  • take care of physical activity, walk a lot;
  • get enough sleep — good sleep will help reduce stress;
  • take care of a proper diet, rich in minerals and vitamins.

How can employers prevent occupational stress among employees?

  • establishing a clear organizational structure and rules;
  • taking care of appropriate recruitment — proper matching of new employees to the organizational culture and duties in a given job position;
  • planning employee development and providing appropriate training to expand competencies;
  • precise description of the requirements for all positions along with the goals, strategy of the organization and the method of measuring the effectiveness of employees;
  • taking care of communication within the organization;
  • organizing integration events for employees and monitoring satisfaction and atmosphere in teams;
  • systematic response to problems.




Marketing Specialist at Next Technology Professionals - IT Recruitment | IT Outsourcing

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Aga Babicz

Aga Babicz

Marketing Specialist at Next Technology Professionals - IT Recruitment | IT Outsourcing

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