[Infographic] Work-Related Stress Can Kill You; How to Manage it?

If you have ever worked in an office environment, you would know that work-related stress is one of the biggest issues that employees face. The stress at work can be caused by umpteen reasons but some of the most common ones are long working hours, relationship with team-mates or boss, work overload, unrealistic deadlines, and targets. The stress on workforce increases to such an extent at times that it begins to affects their quality of life, physical and mental health of employees. Work-related stress if not addressed on time can have devastating effects that may even cause death.

It is the duty of management of a company to provide a work environment in which its employees can feel fulfilled and are not driven by aforementioned stressors. It is really important for management to set targets and standards of expectation but these targets should be achievable within working hours. If employees stay back regularly to finish up work or take it home with them, it would deeply affect their personal life. Over a prolonged period of time, it can be detrimental to the family relationships of your workforce and might push them into a bad emotional state that can in-turn affect their performance at work.

Also read: 10 Ways to Fight Back Against Stress at Work

There are many ways in which employees can manage stress at workplace. Do not fall prey to bullying or harassment in any form, and always stand up for yourself. If you feel that the daily or weekly goals set for you are unrealistic, talk to your boss and renegotiate them. Do not feel anxious about things you do not understand at a new workplace, try to discuss your issues with a senior team member for guidance. Don’t be lazy and work ad-hoc. Be aware of things ahead of time and plan your day to improve your productivity. Do not wait until the very last minute to submit a report, or worse, submit it late. Discipline yourself to finish your work on time or well before time so that you also find time to recheck and fine-tune it. This would remove the anxiety and stress associated with results.

Do not be aloof at work. Connect with colleagues and learn how they combat their work-problems to help your situation. Moreover, it would allow you to relieve stress and you would be able to return to work after the break with more energy to get through the day. Click here to learn about other stressors that might be affecting you and how you can overcome them.Learn to manage and bust stress at the workplace before it kills you!

 

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2017-11-08T12:27:33+00:00 By |HR Infographics|

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