Innovation in HR strategies: With the ever-changing business environment and ever-more fluctuating minds of employees; it is very much needed to have innovation and creativity in workplace and its practices. When the improvement is not according to the standard in both qualitative as well as quantitative scenario, it would dramatically affect the workplace environment. With the trends in this context, some of the innovation and distinct ideas are being adopted or already in utilization which resulted in the organization to enhance its growth. Some of the innovative ideas are: War for the talent: Every organization tries to find skilled employees to performance the obligation in their working culture. They acquire best talent
Whilst stress becomes extreme, employees develop several of stress symptoms that can lower their performance and health and even intimidate their ability to deal with up with the situation. Work stress has become a familiar term in today’s parlance. In every organization, the major cause of shortfall in productivity is because of stress at workplace. Human resources need assured kind of motivation and work stress mitigating ways to overcome their stress. This research is focused to look at the major factors causing work stress and explain how it have an effect on job performance of the
Stress in workplace obviously important to employees but management is also concerned about stress in workplace for several reasons. Stress in workplace reduces productivity, increase management pressure, and makes people ill in much way; evidence of which is still increasing. Workplace stress effects the performance of the brain, including functions of work performance; memory, concentration, and
These advancements have made job stressful among staff within the organization as well as within the life of the empolyee. Sauter, Lim, and root (1996) outline the harmful physical and emotional responses that arise once the strain of employment become unmatchable to the worker’s talent, resources, or needs. Activity stress become more outlined as the condition arising from the interaction of individuals and their stressful jobs are increased that ultimately characterised by changes that forces the employee to deviate from their traditional functioning. The perception of the consequences of stress on a private sector has modified. Stress isn 't invariably dysfunctional in nature, if positive, will prove one amongst the foremost necessary factors in rising productivity inside a corporation (Spielberger, 1980).
Individuals dealing with human resource matters face a multitude of challenges, ranging from a constantly changing work force to the ever present scores of government regulations and a major technological revolution. Furthermore, global competition has caused organizations both large and small to be more conscious of cost and productivity. Because of the critical nature of human resource issues, these matters are receiving major attention from upper management. (D. Johns& Radebaugh, 2006) As organizations vary in size, aims, functions, complexity, construction, the physical nature of their product, and appeal as employers, so do the contributions of human resource management. But, in most the ultimate aim of the function is to: "ensure that at all times the business is correctly staffed by the right number of people with the skills relevant to the business needs", that is, neither overstaffed nor understaffed in total or in respect
Douglas,(2005) believed that there arises a need for implementation of an organizational structure that can take care of the negative impacts of occupational stress on its employee’s performance. Work load is sometimes equated with job demand which is a key determinant of stress and fatigue levels among employees performing repetitive work tasks(MacDonald, 2011). The effects of occupational demands get manifest in such forms like job dissatisfaction, anxiety, and depression and even in some serious cases, mental and physical disabilities take place leading to heart problems (Jagdesh, 1987). Another study about the job stressors and their impact on employees has analyzed that stressors do exist in organizations but the mangers and H.R personnel should come up with different interventions or ideas to prevent the employee stress as it leads to bad performance
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.0 INTRODUCTION Environment literally means surroundings and all those things that impact human being during the lifetime. A working environment is a situation where people work together to achieve organization objectives. It means structures, measures, systems and tools and all those things which interact with employees and affect in positive or negative ways on employees work. It can also be defined as the location where a task is completed. The distance of the world is diminishing at a faster rate because of technology, distances are getting shorter, and events in other parts of the world are affecting us more immediately than in the past.
ABSTRACT The productivity of the work force is the most decisive factor as far as the success of an organization is concerned. The productivity in turn is dependent on the psychosocial well being of the employees. The banking organization, have been facing greater challenges in terms of technological revolution, service diversification and global banking. Stress is unavoidable on the part of the employees as the systems, procedures; techniques are getting complicated with the use of advance technology. Every employee cannot cope with such rapid changes taking place in the jobs.
INTRODUCTION Conflict is real which exist in today’s workplace . Conflict is a work place can be functional or nonfunctional .The level conflict , can be aiding in the organization as it applauds employee to search for preferred ways to perform their works and we can also eradicate group thinking. nonfunctional conflicts brings stress and frustration to the employees in the organization. In this generation there are many families now have both spouses(husband & wife) working, and they should also balance their private & professional lives become very necessary to an employee.To be competitive organisation are burdening stress on their employees in regardence of competitors . Employees are facing high level of stress & frustration in their
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.0 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The human resource in any organization constitutes the most valuable assets of the organization because of the complex role played by its human resources in planning, producing and distribution of goods and services. There is always pressure on employees trying to work hard in order to meet pressing deadlines in order to achieve goals. It will be a challenge and indeed stressful for them to fulfill all their responsibilities. Stress can be defined as a complex phenomenon and has been defined in so many ways. The Longman dictionary of Contemporary English defines stress as “force or pressure caused by difficulties in life” Stress can be described as “an emotional state that is experienced