A CONCEPTUAL STUDY ON FACTORS LEADING TO OCCUPATIONAL STRESS
Abstract:- Occupational stress is callous relativity of competitive business environment. Today nobody is untouched with this malady. Stress is the Psychological and emotional response which is the result of any unpleasant situation in the organization, it affects the overall well being and productivity of an employee. Managing the occupational stress effectively is prime the responsibility of employers and employees. There are various factors associated with the occupational stress. This paper attempts to find the factors affecting occupational stress and provide strategies to reduce stress and adjust happily in personal and professional life.
Keywords: Stress, Occupational Stress, Stress Management.
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