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Life in the fast lane [work stress and stress reduction methods]

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This article begins by defining work related stress and outlining stress effects on different employment groups and how they cope with it. It then states that research has found that the relationship between an employee and his/her manager is the single biggest predictor of satisfaction, length of working life, age-work ability and productivity. It concludes by proposing various measures that managers can take in order to reduce employee stress.

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Engineering Management Journal  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 4 )