Work Stress

Workplace stress is the harmful emotional and physical responses that can happen when there is a conflict between job demands on employee and the amount of control that an employee has over meeting those demands. Generally the combination of high demands in job and low amount of control over the situation can lead to stressStress in the workplace may have many origins or come from one single event. But, it can have impact on both employees and employers alike. Fear of job redundancy, increased demands for overtime due to staff cutbacks and layoffs due to an uncertain economy act as negative stressors. The relentless requirement to work at optimum performance results in job dissatisfaction, reduced efficiency, employee turnover, illness and even death.

  • Discrimination at work
  • Direct Discrimination
  • Indirect Discrimination
  • Harassment
  • Victimisation

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