A STUDY ON STRESS MANAGEMENT WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE SOFTWARE EMPLOYEES, AT CHENNAI

SURESH PARTHASARATHY, Akbar Mohideen

Abstract


Occupational stress occurs when there are an imbalance the demands and perceived pressures of the work environment and an individual ability to survive. Psychologist Richard S. Lazarus best described stress as “a condition or feeling that a person experiences when they perceive that the demands exceed the personal and social resources the individual is able to mobilize.” For most people, stress is a harmful experience. An individual's experience of stress at work is to a large extent affected by the level of control they have over their working condition / pressures, the degree of support they receive from others in the workplace and the strategies they use to respond to work pressures.


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