As employees experience stress-related problems, organizations often become interested in finding ways to manage the stress more effectively. Discuss work role stressors, including job ambiguity, role conflict, lack of control, physical work conditions, interpersonal stress, and organizational change. Job Ambiguity (role ambiguity) occurs when an individual employee is uncertain about his or her job responsibilities or performance. Role conflict occurs when an individual feel that her job responsibilities is conflicting with her other roles. For example, a mother who works full time is conflicting with her role as a mother.
The nursing shortage increases opportunity, but with opportunity, comes with some consequences. Job dissatisfaction can result in exhaustion, and injury if nurses work long hours in their stressful working conditions. Nurses would be more prone to making mistakes and errors in these environments. The patients can suffer from low quality care. This shows how stressed nurses are from being overworked.
The organization influences the worker 's attitudes to their jobs. The public reputation of an organization may build up for better or worse, their attitudes towards it. 2. The Nature of Work : The nature of the work, the worker is expected to perform also affects his attitude towards job as well as his morale. If the employee is expected to perform routine or specialized job, he will feel bored and alienated, Repetition of the same task again and again makes the working situation worse.
This type of organizational change can cause companies to downsize and/or lay-off employees to cut costs (Lussier & Achua, 2015) which causes leadership and employees tremendous stress. Additionally, stressful organizational situations have a large negative impact particularly in situations that involve punishment and lack of rewards (Selart, & Johansen, 2011). Stress can cause decision makers to cut corners, become more prone to incidents, abuse, and deception (Selart, & Johansen, 2011). Several studies have connected stress to memory loss due to an increase in cortisol production. Moreover, employees can often respond to stress in a negative manner, and stress is known to lead to unethical decision making (Selart, & Johansen, 2011).
It is being proven by professionals that sexism towards women in the workplace is being shown through various forms of discrimination in policies, its effects on women’s health and jobs, and the leading solutions that seem to be arising from it. Women in today’s workforce have been stigmatized in an unfair and unjust way that has been causing discrimination towards them over the years. The stigma towards women consists of very general stereotypes that undermine their capabilities and strength. Margaret Mead
2. Introduction Currently, Balance the competing in and out of work interests becomes a crucial topic in the area of Human resource management and has got more consideration by workers, organizations and research expertise. Work-life balance is a practice implemented in organizations with the intention of minimizing the conflict between work and life and help employees to be productive in both their work in other roles. Employees who face work-life conflict will not be effective in the roles he/she assumed in and out of his/her organization and as a result organizational performance will fall. Hence, implementing work life-balance policy in organizations benefits the organization as well as the employees.
Workload – With all the paperwork and difficult cases, many of our social workers are overworked. Combine this with low pay and stress and you have a very big con for this job. RECCOMENDATIONS : Social workers should be provided with more professional support and consultation to make social work a more reflective job. This will reduce the amount of burnout and mental health issues that many social workers experience. And will provide them with the tools to learn how to do their jobs better and better help
Therefore, in order to improve functioning and productivity of employees as well as to maintain good relationship with co-workers and employers companies have to undertake stress management programs. VARIOUS CAUSES OF STRESS IN AN ORGANISATION: The various factors that may causes stress among people of organization can be as follows: 1stHigh workload: If the work burden on people in an organization will be very high that is if burden will be far more than people’s capacity to do work, then people will feel frustrated and pressurized. And frustration at one or the other time will lead to stress. Examples for high workload can be: ▪ Unrealistic expectations and deadlines by company from employees. ▪ Under appointment of personnel’s for work already scheduled.
The accidents in the organization will only because of the job satisfaction of the employees. This will causes the work stress of the employees. More stress can cause the employee serious ailments such as heart disease, ulcer, blurred vision, back pain, dermatitis, and muscle aches. Job Dissatisfaction is a powerful source of Job stress. An employee trapped in a dissatisfying job may withdraw by such means as high absenteeism and tardiness or the employee may quit.
In the modern era, the phenomenon of women in the work place is closely tied to economic and social trends. Due to this reason, overall working environment of South East Rajasthan has been changed. The imbalance also has a negative impact in the personal life of the working