How the workplace stress impact on organizational productivity and how to take precautions
Stress is a common and universal factor that we are facing it everywhere, mostly in working place and schools. Especially in the workplace, employers are extremely worried about the stress. Firstly, they cannot avoid stress; otherwise nobody is going to work hard. However, they know that stress in the cancer in the working environment. Because they know high pressure will lower the working productivity, and it will affect employees’ health. We are eager to figure out how stress affects employee performance. The experience shows that higher level of stress existed with no efficient management control or solution consequently lowering the employee productivity. We can find stress almost everywhere. People are more and more interested in finding out the relationship between stress and work performance. Over the 1980s and 1990s, there has been an ongoing restructuring of the labour market and of employment relationships. The intent of these changes has been to promote productivity and competitiveness, as opposed to promoting a worker-centred agenda of "good jobs" (Lowe, 2000). By statistics, in Canada, only two-thirds workers are working with standard salary, the minimum wage. In this shrinking stagnant job market, workers who have survived layoffs and other job changes are generally working longer and harder. And of course, they get lower income. Owners and employers are trying everything they know to cut budget and boost productivity. This has been achieved mostly by increasing workloads. For example, in the public health sector, few nurses and doctors are dealing with more and more patients and lack of wards, emergency rooms leads to more problems. It is showing that doctors and nurses are doing more duties and jobs now. Most Canadian unions have adopted the formal and legal policy that requires more details about the life and health issues from work. They ask...
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