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ID number:627717
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Published: 12.04.2007.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: n/a
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Stress at work is becoming a common decease of our time. According to Andy Ellis, Ruskin College, Oxford, UK, “job stress is a chronic disease caused by conditions in the workplace that negatively affect an individual's performance and/or overall well-being of his body and mind.”
In other words stress is the result of working under a great pressure and attempting to do too much. It’s often connected especially with trying to meet targets or achieve deadlines, especially when the survival or profitability of the company depends on this. Moreover, these people who are stressed often attempt to work harder in response to it and make things worse rather than easing off to make things better.

It’s well known that medical problems can result from stress. In the short term, stressed staff can suffer from irritability, insomnia and difficulty in concentrating.…

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