Firms deny liability for staff minds
- Stressing and obsessing. // Executive Report;Feb95, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p6
Reports that job insecurity is the number one source of stress in the workplace in the United States. Uncertainty in the workplace despite of the economic recovery; Other causes of stress in the workplace.
- Learning to cope. Strohl, Lydia // Executive Report;Feb95, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p10
Presents guidelines on how to cope with job stress. Effect of job stress on workers and the company; Explanation of the physical and emotional aspects of stress; Significance of a stress specialist.
- Why are today's workers stressed out? Stone, Florence // Getting Results...For the Hands-on Manager;Dec97, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p1
Cites studies and surveys conducted by various organizations on why workers in the 1990s are feeling stressed out. Correlation seen between misbehavior and work pressure; Higher on-the-job stress with less job security; Factors contributing to increased job stress; Role of supervisory and...
- Job insecurity sees stress cases soar. // Personnel Today;2/5/2002, p8
Reports the increase of work stress in Great Britain. Decline of personal injury claims; Reassessment on employee attitude towards work; Negative consequences of job insecurity.
- Stressing Health. Kerner, Suzanne // Business NH Magazine;Sep2003, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p47
Reports on the prevalence of job stress in the U.S. Personal, professional, and environmental stress experienced by employees; Negative impact of job stress on employees' health and the company; Evidence that 40 percent of job turnover is due to stress; Ways on how employers can help employees...
- Stress at work is widespread and on the increase. Kinnie, Nick // People Management;8/8/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 16, p45
Discusses findings of a study on the high levels of stress at work in Great Britain. Causes of work stress; Health problems linked with high stress levels; Occupations that most likely to suffer from stress.
- out box. Doig, Mike // Employee Benefits;Jul2003, p58
Provides information about occupational stress. Physical and emotional signs; Effect on an individual's ability to function.
- Beat Job Burnout. Ammondson, Pamela // T+D;Sep2001, Vol. 55 Issue 9, p68
Focuses on beating job burnout of workers in the United States. Steps in renewing energy; Identification of activities causing burnouts; Importance of sleep on lessening job burnout.
- Effects of Workplace Stress Far-reaching. // Internal Auditor;Aug2001, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p15
Focuses on the effects of job stress on employees' health as reported in two researches. 'Workers' Perceptions of How Jobs Affect Health' conducted by researchers at the University of California in Los Angeles; 'Effects of Job Insecurity on Employee safety Outcomes: Cross-sectional and...