Managing job stress - an employee assistance human-resource management partnership.
P R 1995 Jan; 24(1):41-50
Starts from the premisses that stress at work is a significant and costly problem, and that the challenge for companies is to manage work stress in order to reduce health-care costs and improve productivity. Suggests that this challenge can be met by greater collaboration among company departments, bringing expertise from different areas to bear on the problem. Describes the conceptual basis for such collaboration and presents a case study of an ongoing partnership between an employee assistance programme and a human resource management group.
Emotional-stress; Employee-health; Management-personnel; Psychological-effects; Psychological-processes; Psychological-reactions; Psychological-responses; Psychological-stress; Stress; Work-environment; Work-organization; Workplace-studies;
Author Keywords: Employee assistance programmes; Human resource management; Stress