Workplace Stress

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Workplace Stress

Workplace Stress

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According to Bupa Health Information Team (2008) workplace stress can be described as a harmful physical or emotional response which occurs to a conflicting job demand and individual capabilities, resources or the demands from the co-workers.  Work related stress can be said to be an  adverse reaction  that  people have  to an excessive pressure or to other types of demands that is attached to their responsibilities in the workplace. Pressure is a part and parcel of our life as it makes our life more challenging and it is the way from how we overcome these challenges that we find success in life.  Pressure is an integral part of our work and it makes us feel motivated. Pressure in our work makes us face the challenges in that we become more satisfying and meet deadlines.  However there is a factor of striking the right balance in the work place. Too much pressure without a chance to relieve the stress can be damaging to our health and to our relationship. Therefore striking the right balance between the pressure and work and having enough chances to relieve that stress is very important. Workplace stress is a prevalent problem that is costing organizations a lot in terms of productivity of the employees. More than one-third of all workers have reported stress in their workplace.