Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management

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Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management

Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management

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Stress is a situation whereby a person is faced up with an occasion; demand or resource related to the expectations and desires of the individual and the perception of the outcome of these pressures and demands. On this basis, stress at work places is a condition in which a worker is confronted with outside pressures and demands that relatively affect his/her performance. It should be noted that, in most places of work stress emanates from within where the expectations of the senior managements contradicts with the performance of the employees. In this case, a manager may be expecting a lot from his employees and since these employees can not produce to his expectations; they are forced to work extra-ordinarily in order to please him. Training of employees is the only way to avoid stress at work places.