Many researches have proven that job stress could shave years off of our lives, therefore causing us to die younger than expected.
The detrimental health impacts of pressure-filled professions are increasingly getting the attention of business leaders who are concerned with the welfare of their employees along with their productivity, because an employee's well-being is associated with firm performance.
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Work-related management pressures vary from company to company.
In order to mitigate work-related stress, additional research is needed to determine the degree and impact of stress on various white-collar workers.
Research shows that the top managers might face more health problems than their subordinates.
Taking executive positions takes a toll on their health often causing cardiovascular and immune-system illnesses. Studies showed that the likelihood of a death for upper management was 1.4 times that of lower-level employees.
While a manager expects and assumes the team to be top-notch in their work, completing projects like there is no tomorrow, the reality of workers is quite different. More than half of the workforce is overwhelmed and maxed-out, according to a survey.
A manager cannot pretend everything is hunky-dory and has to recognize the problem and provide solutions.
A boss who’s focused on improving their managerial skills is the kind that workers will respect—and want to emulate. Stay abreast of management trends so you can continue to bring out the best in your team.
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