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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 4867-4874

A Study And Analysis Of Work Stress Management Among Software Employees

Dr. V. Dhayalan, M Seethalakshmi, Dr.Rama krishnan, Dr. B.Nimalathasan.


Stress refers to the strain from the conflict between our external environment and us, leading to emotional and physical pressure. Stress is a part of day-to-day living. Workplace Stress, also known as Occupational Stress is the stress that one gets from working at his job. Workplace Stress is also related to pressure from seniors and peers and in the absence of support from colleagues. When workplace stress is not controlled and properly channelized, it can create a lot of coping issues and unreliability. The study was done work stress management among software employees. The objective of this study is to know the causes and effects of stress and to identify the coping strategies to manage stress. The data was collected directly from the employees. The sample size was 100. Both primary and secondary data were used for analyzing in this study. It was found that 72% of the respondents are affected due to stress, majority of the respondents were responded that change in workplace, higher targets and achievements, personal reasons, administration works and other reasons are the causes and effects of stress. They provide counselling, conducting games, leisure time, giving rewards and recognition are the strategies used to manage the work stress among the software employees.

Key words: work stress, causes of stress, effects of stress, strategies to manage stress, etc.

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