Prewencja i Rehabilitacja kwartalnik (Prevention and Rehabilitation) 2018/01
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- Published: Tuesday, 06 November 2018 15:39
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- Diagnosis of the level of occupational stress and its consequences using the Psychosocial Risk Scale (1)
Today, nobody needs to be convinced that the consequences of occupational stress are severe for both employees who experience them directly and for employers who bear the costs of poor psychosocial risk management in their organizations.
- Stress management at work - how to help yourself in professional challenges in practice (6)
Excessive tasks, rush, disturbance of balance between work and rest, competition and lack of social bonds are the basic factors that cause stress to employees. Too many projects and bad planning of things to do cause that time allocated for work begins to lengthen and takes away the one that should be devoted to rest, passions, and family life. The key to skillful stress management is to notice that we have exceeded the natural capabilities of our body. So how do you observe that we are on the border for burnout, depression and illness?
- Career stress as an imbalance between requirements and resources at work (12)
The article discusses one of the newest theoretical models explaining the mechanisms of impact of occupational stress on human well-being at work. The job-resource requirements model is the development of classic, well-established concepts of occupational stress, mainly the requirements-control-support model and the theory of resource conservation.
- Organizational and individual methods of dealing with stress at work (19)
We all know this feeling when we are overcome by fear that we will not be able to cope with any task. This is the case, for example, when we need to have a difficult conversation with the boss or when we are in a conflict with colleagues, or if we can not count on help in solving the professional problem we feel helpless. Occasionally, supervisors expect us to stay at work longer when it is not at hand. If they are single situations, they do not pose a threat to us, sometimes they even strengthen our ability to deal with them or make us immune to the associated tension. However, it happens that such difficult situations last longer, ie one-off stress, incidental becomes chronic stress. Then he exhausts our individual resources to deal with him.
- Events, reviews - 2017 (28)
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