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Managing Stress at Work

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David Timis

on 4 March 2014

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Transcript of Managing Stress at Work

Managing Stress at Work
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by Colin, David, Meghan and Oana
Part 1: Introduction

Part 2: Workplace Stress

Part 3: Case Study
AGENDA
Introduction
Stress
is the feeling of being under too much mental or emotional pressure.
Affects everything: how you feel, how you think, how you behave.
Can be caused by: studies, relationships, money,
work.
Overload
Reasons
Consequences
Job security
Work Relationships
Resources and Communication
Aspects of the job
Workplace Stress
Symptoms
after a few weeks:

anxiety, apathy, boredom and emotional fatigue
after several months:
disturbed sleeping patterns, social withdrawal and increased emotional and physical fatigue
after a number of years:
increased tendency to abuse addictive substances, loss of sex drive, panic attacks and ulcers
after 5 – 10 years:

heart conditions, severe depression, uncontrolled anger, suicidal thinking
Absenteeism
Poor decision making
Lack of creativity
Organizational breakdown
Case Study
Impact of Stress in the Workplace
Reasons:
BP Case Study
Prevention
BP Action Plan
Promotion
Management
Treatment and Rehabilitation
JP Morgan
Deutsche Bank
Work-related factors
Individual factors
Non-work-related factors
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
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